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Operation targeting sale of Psychoactive Product

Christchurch

Operation targeting sale of Psychoactive Product

Thursday, 12 June 2014 - 1:48pm

Canterbury

Christchurch police have conducted operations on dairies within Christchurch targeting the selling of unapproved psychoactive products.

"Police take the selling of this product seriously since it became illegal" says Sergeant Chris Barker.

As a result of the operation a dairy was located selling the illegal product.

A quantity of cash and bags of the product were located following a search of the dairy.

"Police will continue to monitor and prosecute where appropriate" advises Sergeant Barker.

A 43 year old female will be appearing at the Christchurch District Court charged with selling a non approved psychoactive product.

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