Fraud attempt with radioactive discovered in a Berlin restaurant
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Police were involved in a raid at a Berlin Restaurant where they found playing cards that had been laced with a radioactive substance, in a brazen attempt to mark the cards. The detectives believe that part of the scheme involved players who would wear hidden detectors on their persons, allowing them to identify certain cards.
The scheme was unearthed after what was intended to be a routine check at a waste treatment facility revealed a heightened level of radioactivity in a garbage truck. After an investigation the vehicle was discovered to have visited a Berlin restaurant not licensed for gambling. Upon a subsequent raid, Detectives found 13 iodine-125 laced playing cards. A 41 year old woman was arrested and could face a prison term of up to 5 years. German authorities subsequently quarantined the area so they could clean it up from any contamination.
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