Drug operation: More than 200 detentions
ANKARA - More than 200 people were taken into custody in Turkiye's biggest drug operation in Ankara.
Turkiye's largest drug operation was carried out in Ankara. More than 200 people were taken into custody during the operation.
According to the information, Turkiye's biggest drug raid was carried out with the participation of approximately 3 thousand police in the capital. More than 200 people were reportedly taken into custody in the operation.
The operation, which was carried out after about 6 months of work, included 3,000 police, 600 crew members and a large number of narcotics participated in the operation, and 2 helicopters also supported the operation.
The teams, concentrated in the province of Altındağ, made point shoots to addresses in the areas they have predetermined.
The police organized operations on 250 homes, took more than 200 suspects were taken into custody.
Ankara Police Chief Mahmut Karaaslan, who gives information on the details of the operation, said: “The detailed information will be announced later, number of detainee is the record in Turkiye according to the information given by my friends, this is a very big operation and our friends have successfully concluded that our fight against drugs will continue uninterrupted and uncompromising. (ILKHA)