NYPD seize 2 million packets of K2 after raid in the Bronx

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More than 2-million packets of K2 worth as much as $10-million were located during a search Wednesday evening. (NYPD)

More than 2-million packets of K2 worth as much as $10-million were located during a search Wednesday evening. (NYPD)

EAST BRONX — Police found more than two million packets of K2 during a search in the Bronx Wednesday night.

The search took place at 2424 Poplar Street in the East Bronx. Police found more than two-million packets of K2 valued above $10 million. Police uploaded a photo to Twitter showing the packets filling laundry bags.

According to the NYPD, Wednesday’s bust was a continuation from a K2 take-down last week.

Packets of K2 recovered in a search. (NYPD)

Packets of K2 recovered in a search. (NYPD)

The Drug Enforcement Administration and Homeland Security Investigations assisted police on the raid.

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