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Austria: Police arrest Nigerian man for drugs, the buyer was reported at large

Police arrest Nigerian man for drugs

On Monday afternoon, the emergency unit of the Viennese police in Austria arrested a Nigerian man for dealing drugs to an Austrian, but the buyer was reported at large.

A 26-year-old Nigerian is said to have sold four bullets of cocaine to a 37-year-old Austrian. The police made sure of the drugs – but the 26-year-old is said to have swallowed several bullets.

The suspect was arrested and taken to a correctional facility and the alleged buyer was reported at large.

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This is not the first time the police in Austria have taken down cases of Nigerians selling drugs in the country. I another scenario they had to be deported we wrote about a similar case here>>>.

The police in Austria seemed very focus on action against drug crime in Quellenstrasse in Vienna-Favoriten. Two people were caught red-handed dealing.

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