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Iran’s Police Seize Pigeons Used for Carrying Drugs

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Police forces of the western Iranian city of Kermanshah have seized pigeons which were used by drug dealers for carrying narcotics.

The local police came across these drug carrying pigeons in a dealer’s house during one of their operations to cleanse the city’s suspicious neighborhoods from dealers and addicts.

According to a Farsi report by the Mehr News Agency, a local judiciary official said the drug dealer used to tie small drug packages to the legs of these trained pigeons so that they could transfer them to the desired places across the city.

Kermanshah’s anti-drug police have captured all these birds, he added.

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