Two arrests over Belfast 'legal highs'

Published Wednesday, 24 October 2012
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Police investigating the sale and supply of so-called legal highs arrested two men in Belfast on Wednesday afternoon.

Two arrests over Belfast 'legal highs'
The PSNI are investigating. (© PSNI)

The 31 and 58-year-old were detained following searches of shops in the North Street and Donegall Street areas of the city, as part of a crackdown on Class B drugs.

A number of items were taken away for forensic testing.

The 31-year-old was released pending report to the Public Prosecution Service while the 58-year-old was released on police bail.

Anyone with more information has been asked to come forward.

© UTV News
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FreddyF in London wrote (792 days ago):
Class-B drugs are not "legal" highs. Either the police or UTV are a bit confused.
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