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Arrest after home search turns up ketamine, cocaine and cannabis

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A quantity of ketamine, a small amount of cocaine and a large amount of money were found on Sunday in the apartment of a 31-year-old man in Limassol, who was subsequently arrested.

Executing a search warrant at the man’s apartment, officers found 53 baggies containing a substance, which according to a preliminary examination is believed to be ketamine. It weighed 53 grammes in total. In addition, they found €11,400, the origin of which is being investigated.

They also found another baggie containing what is believed to be cocaine, weighing one gramme, a precision scale with traces of a white substance, possibly cocaine, and a half-smoked hand-made cigarette with traces of cannabis mixed with tobacco.

The 31-year-old is facing charges of illegal possession of drugs with intent to sell, and money laundering.

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