During this quarantine, some of us might feel inclined to do something we’ve been postponing for too long. That is, going up in the attic or garage and sorting out through all the dust and cobwebs and long-forgotten objects.

Be it a spring clean or a quarantine clean, looking through old stuff is always bound to give you some surprises. You can imagine then, the surprise and shock of a woman who ended up finding a stash of ecstasy pills in an old puzzle box, reports RTL Nieuws.

530 ecstasy pills

The discovery, which is enough to make any music festival dealer very jealous, was then reported to the police.

What is known so far is that four years ago, a woman received the puzzle box through her mail, without any sender listed. Not knowing what to do with it, the woman put the box in her garage.

Four years later, with quarantine cleaning on her mind, the woman started to sort out through objects in her garage. In the unsuspecting puzzle box of Disney’s ‘Planes 2’ film, she found not only the jigsaw pieces, but also 530 ecstasy pills.

It is not known who the sender is and the police have since started an investigation.

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4 jaar geleden kreeg schoonmoeder ( niet die van mij! ) een nieuwe puzzeldoos thuis bezorgd. Zelf had ze niets besteld en de afzender op de doos was onbekend. Na rondvragen bij familie, vrienden en buren de doos maar opgeborgen in de garage. Vandaag tijdens het opruimen de doos weer teruggevonden en voor de deur gezet voor de kleinkinderen. Bleek er in de doos niet alleen een puzzel te zitten maar ook 530 xtc pillen. Onderzoek gestart. #puzzel #extasypillen #bezorgen #Hollandskroon #inbeslagname #onderzoek #wijkagent

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