Woman arrested in theft from animal clinic

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CHENEY, Kansas (AP) – Authorities say a 31-year-old woman is in jail after being arrested in the theft of thousands of dollars of animal medications and supplies from a clinic in Cheney.

The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office says it recovered most of the $20,000 in supplies stolen last week from the Cheney Animal Clinic. The medications and vaccines stolen included euthanasia solution and ketamine, an anesthetic used to make methamphetamine.

Lt. David Mattingly said most of the items were recovered from a home in Kingman County and a Wichita motel.

The theft remains under investigation.

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