More Than 400 'Superman' Pills Seized
Police in Ipswich have seized more than 400 drugs 'Superman' drugs that they say are connected to the dangerous ecstasy pills that killed three people over Christmas.
The pills were seized yesterday evening, Sunday 4 January, having been located hidden in a public place near Norwich Road, Ipswich.
The pills match the description of those thought to be involved in the deaths of two young men in Ipswich on Christmas Eve and New Year's Day.
Another 20 year old man died in Rendlesham on January 1, police say they're treating the death as being linked.
A second man found in a serious condition at the Provan Court address was rushed to hospital where he is making a recovery. A 37-year-old man from Ipswich also required hospital treatment today after claiming to have taken the drug, he has since been discharged.
Chief Superintendent Jon Brighton said: "This seizure is a significant development in our investigation into the supply of dangerous drugs which are believed to be linked to the tragic deaths of two young men in Ipswich.
We do not know however how many are still in circulation, so I continue to urge anyone in possession of these drugs, which are red/pink in colour, triangular-shaped and embossed with a Superman logo, to hand them in to police or partner agencies."
19-year-old Adrian Lubecki of St Matthews Street in Ipswich appeared in court this morning charged with being concerned in the supply of controlled drugs (ecstasy) and possession with intent to supply a Class B drug.
He has been remanded in custody and will appear at Ipswich Magistrates Court on Monday 5 January.
Two other men have been bailed following arrests made as part of the investigation into the deaths.