SYRACUSE, Ind. (WANE) - Police found over 100 packages of synthetic marijuana, commonly known as "spice" or "K2" at a store in Syracuse, Indiana on Friday.
According to a press release emailed by the Syracuse Police Department, "The What You Want" store located at 503 S. Huntington Street had been under investigation by the Indiana State Police for several months for suspicion of selling synthetic marijuana, which is illegal in Indiana.
Undercover officers made several purchases and determined after testing that the substance being sold at the store was synthetic marijuana.
On Friday, Syracuse police served a search warrant and confiscated the merchandise along with sales transaction records.
Arrests are expected, but as of Friday afternoon none had yet been made.
The Kosciusko County Prosecutor's Office and undercover officers with other departments also took part in the investigation.
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