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Police warn ecstasy pills may be mix of meth and cocaine

Northumbria Police

8:34am 13th August 2017

Northumbria Police are issuing a drug warning after a blue pill being sold as ecstasy is now believed to be a combination of cocaine and meth.

The pills are named 'Blue Teslers' and are described as having a blue coating but are white with dots inside and the logo on the pill is a sword pointing downwards.

Police are now warning the public and asking if anyone sees anyone with these pills to contact police immediately.

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