Zoetermeer – On Tuesday morning, September 5, the police found and seized a large amount of narcotics in a business premises on Wiltonstraat. Two men were arrested in homes in Delft and Zoetermeer. The men are detained and being heard.
An investigation into the trade in narcotics revealed that a quantity of narcotics might be present in a business premises on the Wiltonstraat in Zoetermeer. The two suspects were also identified during this investigation. During the search of the business premises, police officers found several boxes containing suspected MDMA tablets and hemp buds. Goods for the production of narcotics were also found. The two men, a 36-year-old man from Delft and a 39-year-old man from Zoetermeer are in restrictions. This means that they are only allowed to have contact with their lawyers.
Common form of undermining
Drug trafficking is a common form of subversion. The perpetrators are regularly drawn into the criminal path, which they then find difficult to get off. Drug trafficking can lead to harassment and extortion. Another consequence is that vulnerable neighborhoods become even more vulnerable because criminals rule the roost.
Reports and tips from residents are indispensable in tackling crime. That information can be the start of an investigation, but also the missing puzzle piece with which a case can be solved. Suspects are regularly arrested or drug labs rounded up thanks to reports from alert citizens. Do you suspect that something is not right in your area? Or concrete signals that point to crime? Report them to the police via 0900 – 8844. Prefer to report anonymously? You can do this completely anonymously via Meld Misdaad Anoniem on 0800-7000.
Information source: Politie.nl