Police Confiscate Drugs Worth R287 000.

NORTHERN CAPE – In an effort to eradicate drugs from our community, the police in Upington confiscated drugs worth approximately R287 000. The confiscation was a result of a crime intelligence operation that was conducted on 30 July 2020, after information was received about delivery of illegal substances from Gauteng to a local courier depot.
Drugs including, tik crystals weighing 1,186kg to the estimated street value of R266 850-00, 80 mandrax tablets to the street value of R8 000-00, 2×25 liter liquid substance believed to be sanitiser to the street valued of R12 000 and six small boxes contained empty tik sachets to the value of R1 000-00 were discovered and confiscated.
No arrest were made as police investigation continues.
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