The police operation resulted in the arrest of the head of the premises where sold banned substances
In the records they made â€‹â€‹600 tablets and 65 ampoules of seven different substances were seized
National Police agents have arrested a person in the town of Yecla suspicion of a crime against public health for the sale and distribution of banned doping substances in the establishment who ran.
The National Police Station of Yecla began in mid-April an investigation to be aware that in an establishment in the city, dedicated to the sale of dietary and sports supplements, could be performing illegal activities related to the sale of anabolic and steroids.
During the investigations, agents were able to corroborate these facts to intervene doping a buyer to exit the premises when it was identified.
Given these facts last April 25 was conducted a police operation in which two recordings were made, one on site and one at the home of the manager of the same, resulting in the seizure of products and anabolic steroids and accounted 600 tablets and 65 ampoules of seven different banned substances as clenbuterol, stanozolol, methandienone, metelonona, testosterone and others, all included in the World Anti-Doping Code developed by the World Anti-Doping Agency.
On the same operation he was arrested on charge of the premises, a Moroccan citizen of 36 years of age, who is accused of a crime against public health, then passing available to the magistrate on duty to guard the city yeclana.
The operation was conducted by agents of the National Police Station of Yecla of the Police Headquarters of Murcia.
Source: Jefatura Superior de Policía de la Región de Murcia