"Förskolebarnens playgrounds have become knarkgömmor."
"Now Rinkebypolisen had enough and the message to those who have taken the drug dealing to the schools' areas is clear.nn– We will hunt you with everything we have and we will lock you in, " says police officer Robert Bjuvhage in a video on Facebook."
"Two times, it has been found drugs on förskolegårdar in Tensta in the past. Seizures have been of hashish, marijuana and tramadol. "
"That drug dealing is going on at the children's playgrounds have gotten the police to roar from the properly in a video on Facebook."
"– The criminals who are doing this to feel that we puff them in the neck. There should not be drugs, and especially not in the vicinity of kindergartens where children and parents feel safe, " says police officer Robert Bjuvhage."
"to”Want to reach out with the problem”"
"But the purpose of the post on Facebook is not just that the criminal should feel that the police are after them."
" We want to reach out with the problems that we are fighting against in our area, therefore we chose to go out on Facebook. Where we reach the young, the old and people in all of Sweden."
"Many pay tribute to the work of the police after the post, but a few also express that they hope the police work as hard against drug dealing even when it is not done at the nursery. "
"– of Course, we do it. Drugs are one of the biggest problems in our area and we are working on a broad front. The reason for this post was just the link to the nursery, " says Robert Bjuvhage."
"Hope to get more tips"
"The first find was made after police received tips from the public that drugs were being sold in the vicinity of the schools. "
"the Theory is that the area has been used as a hiding-place for drugs, which were sold on but has no connection to the findings been arrested."
" I want to give a tribute to all who are fighting for our area to become safer for those who live here and who help us in our work. I hope that the video on Facebook can lead to more tips, and that people continue to hear of, " says Robert Bjuvhage."