Police chief confirms cannabis found in vape oils

Cannabis is being liquefied and mixed with vape liquids to be sold through cash-on-delivery terms and through postage, police said today.

Cannabis was being liquefied by chemists to be sold as vape liquids, said Datuk Seri Mohd Mokthar Mohd Sharrif, director of the Bukit Aman Narcotics Criminal Investigation Department.

“They only need two to three drops of liquefied cannabis added to the vape liquid to be sold in 15ml bottles at RM80 each,” he told a press conference at the federal police headquarters.

He said police recently busted a syndicate in Banting, Ampang and Kelana Jaya under the Section 39 (b) Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.

“There were seven people arrested from these regions including a university student and a couple who tested positive for drugs,” he said.

He said police confiscated 214 bottles believed to be liquefied cannabis and 7.1kg of dried leaves believed to be cannabis worth up to...

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