"For the exact determination of the consumed intoxicants, which led to the current knowledge of the death of the two young people, was given a chemico-Toxicological expert report in order," said Michael Jacob, by the Augsburg police headquarters. The officials tried to find the possible suppliers of the drugs. According to previous findings for amphetamines, which could have taken the two boys.suicide and violent crimes excluded
The parents of a 16-Year-old had on Saturday morning in your house the bodies of her son and the 15-Year-olds found. The Younger had a sleepover at his friend. The investigators had already ruled out at the weekend, a violent crime, and suicide. The medical examiner confirmed the autopsy on Monday, these determination results.
"In the criminal investigation, said police spokesman Jacob could be found also narcotics, which belong to the group of amphetamines",. Where exactly is the amphetamines were discovered, he said. Further laboratory investigations should clarify clearly whether the amphetamines have led to the death of the two young people. When the results are available, was initially unclear."Speed": Where were the drugs?
For the police there, the task now is to determine the origin of the drugs. That is why the police continue to be very cautious with information about the case.
In the case of amphetamines are synthetic drugs, which are also known as "Speed" is known. Similar to the related Ecstasy, you have a euphoric effect, but can also cause serious health problems for example heart.
experts warn, therefore, prior to amphetamines, because of this be mixed in the capsules or tablets, often with other substances. "These mixtures can be used, among other things, to extreme cardiovascular stress, acute anxiety, poisoning and allergic reactions", explains the German centre for addiction issues.
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