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Detectives from the Rohrbach district police command investigated the 25-year-old because he is said to have sold 400 grams of hashish to a 19-year-old from the Rohrbach district. The deal is said to have taken place at the Lower Austrian’s workplace in Linz. During a house search in St. Valentin, officials found 26 grams of herbal cannabis and a large number of sales utensils.

During interrogation, the suspect confessed. The investigation also found that the suspect ran an indoor facility at his parents’ home, with his 61-year-old father helping him, police said.

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The 25-year-old was reported to the public prosecutor’s office on suspicion of selling a total of around two kilograms of herbal cannabis to customers in the Linz area and in the Amstetten district.

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