Drug tourism crack-down yields results
A total eight out of 89 people stopped during a one-day border control were found to be in possession of drugs.
From June 5 to 6, Luxembourg Police along with customs officials searched vehicles in Capellen's motorway service station as part of a drug tourism crack-down dubbed the “Hazeldonk” operation, after the Dutch village on the Belgian border.
During the comprehensive checks, 50 cars were stopped and 89 individuals questioned. Of that number eight were found to be in possession of drugs.
In a single day, Luxembourg Police confiscated 220.20 grams of marijuana, 93.30 grams of space-cake, fireworks and a few grams of hashish.
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