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Written by SOT.COM.AL 27 Janar 2023
During an operation carried out in Tyrol, the Austrian police arrested 13 people who were involved in the sale of drugs and seized more than 26 kg of marijuana worth about 260,000 euros. As early as the spring of 2022, officials reportedly received information from the public that some perpetrators in the Kufstein district were said to be dealing in drugs.
After more and more investigations and information gathered, the investigations were taken over by the Tyrolean State Criminal Police.
Officers then investigated 16 suspects and then in November and December 2022 searched a total of 13 apartments in the districts of Kufstein, Innsbruck Land, the city of Innsbruck and Steyr. Later, the police discovered more than 26 kg of marijuana, worth about 260 thousand euros, and several phones and a car were also seized. According to the police, some of the accused have admitted the crimes and it is suspected that during the last two years they brought up to 32 kilograms of cocaine and up to 100 kilograms of marijuana to Austria.
As some of the suspects said, the group reportedly "acted in a very cooperative manner."
One of the perpetrators was responsible for bringing drugs into the country.
They hired other so-called couriers and determined where the drugs were to be stored. The other perpetrators are understood to have been used as peddlers by the main suspects.
The group threatened debtors and their families and forced them to work. Those who were used to selling drugs themselves were selected as sellers. They were also able to pay off their debts by distributing drugs to the group. One of the main suspects is said to have used serious threats against the debtors or their families to force them to cooperate further.
Members of the group reportedly broke into residential buildings in Unterland tyrol three times.
The perpetrators have stolen a sum of money, weapons, gold and jewelry with a total value of around 50,000 euros. Police are still looking for three people. The 16 accused are men between the ages of 19 and 50, four Albanians, three Austrians, two Turks, two Italians, two North Macedonians and one Serb, one Bosnian and one Kosovar.
12 of the 13 suspected perpetrators who were arrested are in custody. One was reported and released. The police are still looking for the three perpetrators. To date, the police have identified 20 clients of the group who have been reported to Innsbruck's public prosecutor's office. The State Criminal Police is following the investigations.