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Medication wasn't given to trick-or-treaters after all, West Shore RCMP say

The medication turned up in another part of the house.
The medication was in yellow plastic containers. WEST SHORE RCMP

West Shore RCMP say a Colwood senior who feared they might have handed out Parkinson’s medication to trick-or-treaters by accident has found the medication.

Police had been called by an individual in their 80s who said their medication, which had been in yellow containers sitting near the Halloween candy, was missing and might have been handed out.

On Wednesday, West Shore RCMP has confirmed that the medication had been found within another area of the home and trick-or-treaters were not at risk.

Cpl. Nancy Saggar, the media relations officer for West Shore RCMP, thanked the public for their understanding.

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