In the registry, a craft tool was found that they allegedly used to get the substances to the consumer without endangering the safety of the bunker
National Police Agents
they completely dismantled an armored home in the Murcian neighborhood of Santa Rita from which different types of narcotic substances were allegedly trafficked, Corps sources reported in a statement.
Investigators from the Drug and Organized Crime Unit (Udyco) were aware of the important security measures they had provided to the home, so they established a
operation in which more than 50 agents participated, between police officers from the Prevention and Reaction Units and specialists in the fight against drug trafficking.
Access to the bunker required the intervention of specialists from the Technical Interventions Operational Group (GOIT), who were in charge of opening the armored doors that protected the black dot. For this they used
hydraulic and radial tools, thus achieving access to the property after knocking down two armored doors.
Inside were two people who were arrested as alleged perpetrators of a drug trafficking crime. In addition, a search was carried out in which the agents intervened utensils related to drug trafficking, among them, a handmade tool – a stick that went beyond both doors and that could fit through the peepholes – which they allegedly used to
getting the drug to the consumer without jeopardizing the safety of the bunker.
During the search, investigators discovered a nook that gave access to a pipe. When it was possible to access it, 450 euros were recovered from the interior. The detainees have been placed at the disposition of the Investigating Court on duty as alleged perpetrators of a drug trafficking crime.