Meth lab busted, Czech man arrested in Poland
PR dla Zagranicy
A suspected meth lab has been shut down and a Czech man accused of producing drugs has been arrested by police in western Poland.
Equipment seized by Polish police. Photo: cbsp.pl.
Police claim the suspected lab may have made up to five kilogrammes of methamphetamine with a black market value of up to PLN 400,000 (EUR 95,000).
Police detained three Czech nationals, two men, aged 40 and 33, and one woman, aged 39.
During the raid, Police seized seven litres of ephedrine – a chemical used to make methamphetamine – as well as other chemicals and equipment.
Police claim that the 40-year-old ran the lab and that the other two Czech nationals were visiting.
The 40-year-old has been jailed for three months. (vb/rg)