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Slovak police seize 3.5 kg of heroin and detain one man

More than 3.5 kilograms of heroin were seized by the national Anti-Drug Unit of the Slovak Police Corps. The estimated street value of the drug would be around €1,290,000. The drug, from which about 120,000 individual doses could be made, was seized in Holíčska Street in Bratislava in a flat that served as a storage depot for narcotics, the SITA newswire wrote.

More than 3.5 kilograms of heroin were seized by the national Anti-Drug Unit of the Slovak Police Corps. The estimated street value of the drug would be around €1,290,000. The drug, from which about 120,000 individual doses could be made, was seized in Holíčska Street in Bratislava in a flat that served as a storage depot for narcotics, the SITA newswire wrote.

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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