Drug lab rolled up in Emmen

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Emmen – During a raid on a building on Boslaan in Emmen, the police rolled up a synthetic drug lab on Wednesday afternoon, March 8. Two persons have been arrested. It concerns a 57-year-old man from Emmen and a 58-year-old man from Tilburg.

The police discovered the lab in the Emmerschans district during an ongoing police investigation in the Zeeland-West Brabant Unit. The track ended at the building on the Boslaan. The two suspects could be arrested red-handed here on suspicion of the production of synthetic drugs and preparatory acts for the production of synthetic drugs.

The items present have been examined by the National Dismantling Facility (LFO) of the police, have been removed and are being destroyed.

Organized crime
The production and trade of synthetic drugs, like money laundering, fall under subversive crime. Criminals use legal companies and services for illegal activities. Tackling undermining has great urgency for the police and the Public Prosecution Service. Subversive crime creates unsafe situations and disrupts society.

Do you have information or tips that can help us with this investigation? Or have you seen something that caught your eye in the vicinity of the Boslaan in Emmen? Then call 0900-8844 or Report Crime Anonymously 0800-7000.

Do you suspect a drug lab?
Drug labs can be anywhere; in the countryside or in the big city, in barns, houses, garages or in apartment buildings. Signs that a drug lab is located include the presence of a strong synthetic odor (aniseed or chemically pungent, sour or acetone). In the building in question, cracks and/or windows are often sealed with polyurethane foam. The windows can also be fogged, taped or covered; for example, the curtains never open.

Do you suspect a drug lab? Then call the police via 112. You can also report anonymously via 0800-7000. More information about how to act if you come across a drug lab can be found on the theme page ‘How to act if you come across a possible drug lab’

Information source: Politie.nl

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