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Police find baby in “cocaine house” in Brussels

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Police find baby in "cocaine house" in Brussels

Brussels local police have found a 4-month old baby when carrying out a house search at the home of a suspected drugs dealer. The infant was discovered among stacks of cocaine. 

In total, police found 4.65 kilograms of cocaine, including on the bedroom floor, in a toolbox and hidden in Kinder Surprise chocolate eggs. Police also found over 16,000 euros in cash. 

The swipe was staged after a common traffic offence. Police noticed a double-parked car in the Stiénon Avenue in Brussels. When checking the number plate, they saw the owner was a suspect in a drugs investigation. 

The man has been staying illegally in Belgium for a while. He has been detained, his wife was apprehended but was released later on.  

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