Police break up drug network, 11 people charged with transporting narcotics to Northern Norway

Drugs - narcoticsIllustration: Knut Fjeldstad / SCANPIX
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A total of 11 people have been charged after the Troms Police District revealed a number of drug transports to Northern Norway, the police reported in a press release.

The Troms Police District has been investigating an organized network for repeated drug transport and sales of large quantities of drugs in Bodø and Harstad for a long time, the police wrote in the press release.

This has led to arrests in Oslo, Bodø, and Harstad in May and June of 2020. 

A total of 11 people have been charged in the case.

“This has been an ongoing activity. The oldest case is from 2015,” Yngve Myrvoll, head of the Joint Unit for Intelligence, Prevention, and Investigation in Troms Police District, noted.

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