Cyprus Mail

Police seize drugs from Napa kiosks

Police on Saturday night found 22 baggies weighing 3.5 grammes each of what they believe to be cannabis at five kiosks in Ayia Napa and Paralimni.

According to police, Famagusta drug squad officers found the drugs, totaling 77 grammes during a search in five kiosks. All bags had the label ‘cannabis sativa’ on them. Officers searched eight kiosks in total.

The drugs were sent for testing.

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