Posted: Mon 19th Oct 2020

Warning issued over ‘bad batch of drugs’ in North Wales as users urged to take care

North Wales news and information
This article is old - Published: Monday, Oct 19th, 2020

Police are warning drug users in North Wales to take extra care after they have been made aware that there may be a bad batch of drugs circulating in the area.

Chief Inspector Neil Maxwell, from North Wales Police said: “We have reasons to believe that some of the drugs that are being distributed and used in North Wales are contaminated with other substances and could result in significant health issues for anyone taking them.

“Please share this information with anyone that you believe could come into contact with these drugs.”



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