Phoenix Parents Find 5,000 Suspected Fentanyl Pills Inside Glo Worm Doll
Doing nothing to play with the Opioids, but managed to get a Phoenix couple to find that police believe there are 5,000 Fentanyl bullets inside a glow student.
Unknown parents bought dolls from an area thrift store on Friday and discovered bizarre Cleaning it up AZFamily.com reported.
When the parents opened the doll’s back to put in the battery, they found a sandwich bag full of pills. They are Phoned Phoenix police and gave officers the bag.
Phoenix Police Sergeant. Mercedes Fortune told AZFamily that the pills are considered fentanyl because “m-30” was engraved on them.
The drug is so dangerous that officials do not test the pills. “Very small amounts of fentanyl can kill someone’s life,“Fortune said, According to KTAR TV.
Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is 100 times stronger than morphine.
Phoenix Police Department is not Revealed how the pill-doll doll was found in the thrift store or where the Glow worm was originally purchased? Fox News said.
Authorities issued a warning to “inspect all open and used items” before purchasing them. “It can’t just be bullets or anything illegal, but it can be something sharp or something else that can hurt children,” Fortune KTAR.
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