Police seize 22,000 pills, 63,000 in cash

Police seize 22,000 pills, 63,000 in cash
NORWAY -- Two Romanian women is taken into custody after police found 22,000 prescription pills and almost NOK 63,000 ($7,300) in cash during a control in Oslo, reports NTB.

The women were arrested in central Oslo last week, and the pills were found partly on them and in a nearby car they used.

The arrest adds to what the police perceive as an increase in sales of pills from Eastern Europeans without a permanent address in Norway.

- The majority who have been arrested for the sale or possession of tablets, or been expelled on suspicion of sale of tablets, state that they reside in the area to beg, or sell the street magazine "People are people," writes the Oslo police in a statement.

On November 9th, police arrested a Romanian man with 6,300 prescription pills in the same area as the two women. He also used a car parked in the area.

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