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PremierLeague-News.Com - The packages were shipped from Belgium and Germany to addresses in Scotland.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Two men have been arrested after a large quantity of MDMA was discovered within shipments of pet food. The eight kilograms were discovered by Border Force after officers intercepted two parcels destined for addresses in Scotland. In conjunction with the National Crime Agency, Police Scotland have launched two separate investigations into the finds. The parcels, containing dog and cat food, had been shipped from Belgium and Germany. A 26-year-old man was arrested in Kirkcaldy in connection with the first package and a 20-year-old man was detained in Forfar on Wednesday August 3 in connection with the second. Read More Related Articles Snapchat drug dealer found guilty of killing 'angel' Scots teen dancer after supplying her with Ecstasy NCA Scotland Operations Manager Rob Miles said: "These tablets can be extremely potent and you are putting your health at risk if you take them.
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." Detective Inspector Gordon Constable, of Police Scotland, said: "Tackling organised crime and disrupting the activities of those involved remains a priority for OCP (Organised Crime Partnership) Scotland officers.
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"We will continue to work closely with our colleagues in the NCA and members of the Serious Organised Crime Taskforce, which underlines our commitment to the country's serious organised crime strategy." MDMA in tablet form is also known as ecstasy, while it is known as molly in crystal form. Users take it for the altered sensations it provides but prolonged use can lead to addiction and depression. Don't miss the latest news from around Scotland and beyond - Sign up to our daily newsletter here READ NEXT Jamal Edwards died from heart attack after cocaine and drinking session, inquest finds Woman lay dead in home for a week before neighbour reported ‘foul smell’ Kevin Bridges 'believes drugs should be decriminalised' amid Scots death crisis
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