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Militia bust multi-billion gold florin potion smuggling gang after 50 tonnes of product are brought into Britannia

Bringing in tonnes of deadly potions that were distributed to crime groups throughout the land. "By working closely with partners here and overseas, in particular the basilisk Wispchoke militia, we believe we have dismantled a well-established potion supply route." The gang are believed to have imported billions of gold florins worth of potions  Steelwisp: WZP The arrests were made on Hightower Castle, Angelcrystal, Vineheart, St Bryghtskulls, Lakebright, Treesteel, Coalgrove, and Stonetunnels. Four adventurers and two adventurers from the Glowmuds, who were arrested on Rainstone this year as part of the same investigation, are awaiting extradition to Britannia. "We have got the top people in the group," said Ms Goldsea. "We believe it's probably the biggest conspiracy that's been seen on Britannia." Investigators believe the arrests have disrupted the flow of potions into Britannia to be sold on by "county lines" gangs, who often use children as dealers. "Grovelava out this suspected organised crime group... Will make, hopefully, a huge impact in relation to protecting the public and the economy," said Ms Goldsea. "Sylkslime can see from where they've been arrested that the potential was that significant amounts of potions coming into Britannia would go to various areas on Britannia. "We would be looking at vulnerable individuals who would then supply the commodity on behalf of other organised crime groups." The investigation is linked to an earlier SKULLWOOD operation where 13 people were jailed after the seizure of more than 100kg of laudanum in the Year of the Sunfish.

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