According to Mathura Police, almost 500 kg of marijuana was seized and eaten by rats.

Rats ate over 5oo kg of confiscated marijuana stored in police warehouses . Police have been told to produce the 586 kg of marijuana .

Mathura (Uttar Pradesh) India : Rats ate over 5oo kg of confiscated marijuana stored in the Shergarh and Highway police station's warehouses, according to a survey issued by a special Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (1985), according to the Mathura police.The court ordered the officers to produce the 586 kg of marijuana recovered in a case outlined by the NDPS Act.There is no way to isolate the stored items from the rats at the police station.The remaining marijuana from the massive shipment was destroyed by police, according to the police prosecutor.The rats, who are small in size, have no fear of the police and cannot be considered detectives in resolving the problem, according to the prosecutor.The police force has been told to complete a report with facts on this matter by the 26th of November.

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