Two suspects aged 32 and 52 years old have been arrested for dealing with illegal substances in Vredendal. Law enforcement officers received information about drugs being stored and searched two premises. It is extremely sad to see young people being led astray by these people who sell illegal substances and the young people end up not having the bright future that they dreamt of. Such crimes should be taken extremely serious as they have a huge impact on people's lives. Young people should also be educated about how these things can damage their lives because they are the main targets.
Police spokesperson FC Van Wyk says a large amount of drugs was seized when K9 dog Bessie, pointed out a liquor box containing mandrax at one of the addresses and a pink suit case with tik at another. The estimated street value of the drugs is more than R166-000. The suspects are expected to appear in the Vredendal Magistrate's court on Monday.
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