Police roll up storage location for synthetic drug production

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Casteren – At Hoogeind in Casteren, the police found many liters of chemicals for the production of synthetic drugs during an administrative check in a warehouse on Tuesday, March 13. Various production resources were also found, such as kettles, pans and several gas bottles.

A 63-year-old man from Casteren has been arrested. His role will be further investigated.

The colleagues from LFO (National Dismantling Facility) carry out the technical research and have ensured the safe disposal and destruction of the chemicals.

A storage location for synthetic drugs poses very serious dangers. For example, chemicals can ignite or explode and toxic substances can escape. The consequences of such an explosion or fire are often incalculable.

Not only the production of synthetic drugs, but also the storage of the necessary chemicals is life-threatening. In addition, the waste materials are usually dumped in nature. That is dangerous for people, animals and the environment. The dumped substances are often highly flammable, corrosive or toxic. The chemicals can also leach into groundwater, leading to water pollution.

Reporting helps!
Do you suspect a production or storage location in your area? Then call the police on 112. You can report anonymously to M. on 0800-7000. Report Crime Anonymously is separate from the police and reports can never be traced back to a reporter by officers. Consider, for example, a strong chemical smell or suspicious activities in strange places and times. You can find everything about the signs and dangers of a drug lab in your area on this special police theme page.

Information source: Politie.nl

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