Police raid offices of medical marijuana supplier

December 15, 2010 16:36

Detectives from Tel Aviv police's central unit arrested a man and a woman in their 30s during two raids on Wednesday, following suspicions that medical marijuana was being sold for profit on the drugs market.

The raids followed complaints that quantities of medical marijuana sold legally were ending up in "the hands of criminal elements and patients who over purchase the drug and sell on the surplus," police said.

Police raided a marijuana distribution point and a patient counseling center. The two suspects were taken for questioning.

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