Police find 110 packets of tik in Lentegeur

2015-08-04 06:01
The Lentegeur police have confiscated 110 packets of tik worth R14?000.

The Lentegeur police have confiscated 110 packets of tik worth R14?000.

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A 29-year-old man was arrested with more than 100 packets of tik in Lentegeur on Wednesday last week.

The Lentegeur police’s crime prevention unit received a tip-off about drugs at Tulip Street.

“The officers followed up on the information and recovered 110 packets of tik with the estimated street value of R14 000,” says police spokesperson Sergeant Cathy Meyer.

The suspect has appeared in court on charges of possession of illegal drugs

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