Police are reported to have detained a young man with a kilogram of crystal methamphetamine at the main railway station in Olomouc. The twenty-one-year old had the drugs stuffed in a backpack and claimed he had no idea what he was carrying. He told the police he had been offered five thousand crowns to take the backpack from Prague to Olomouc where someone would pick it up. According to detectives the drugs have a street value of approximately one million crowns. The man has been charged with drug-trafficking for which he could get a prison sentence of up to ten years.
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