According to a report by Dagens Nyheter newspaper (DN), the period ranging from 2019 to 2022 saw a significant rise in seizures made by Swedish Customs, with the quantity of seized goods increasing from slightly above four kilograms to approximately 68 kilograms.

In the interim, law enforcement officials experienced a surge in the quantity of seizures made, which escalated from a mere five kilograms to almost 104 kilograms within the aforementioned timeframe, as reported by DN.

”The spread of it (3-CMC) started to increase at car meets where youth gathered during the (COVID-19) pandemic,” Kristoffer Halvarsson, a community policeman in Ljusdal in central Sweden, told DN.

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