Selma veterinary hospital broken into, vaccines stolen

Zachary Robinson, owner and veterinarian at Illinois Valley Veterinary Services, had medicines and "anything injectible" stolen from IVVS. (KTVL/Mike Marut)

Selma, Ore. - The Illinois Valley Veterinary Service center is mostly an out-patient clinic open just a few days a week.

Early Tuesday, customers came and went, but the owner had to tell them he could not help with any sort of injections or vaccinations. Between Saturday and Monday, the veterinary hospital was broken into and that was the majority of what was stolen.

"[They] broke in the backdoor, went through everything, took a lot of flea and tick medicine, took everything that was injectible, didn't get any controlled drugs because we don't have any here," Zachary Robinson said.

The burglars also tried to take what they could out of the safe inside the back room, but fortunately, there was nothing inside.

Robinson reported the burglary to the Josephine County Sheriff's Office. If you have any information, contact local law enforcement.

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