By Australian Associated Press
Published: 06:11 BST, 6 September 2020 | Updated: 08:39 BST, 6 September 2020
An alleged drug ring supplying cannabis-infused confectionary and sweets through an online marketplace has been taken down by NSW police.
Detectives have charged five men and two women over their alleged involvement in supplying drugs - including drug-infused baked goods.
Officers found jelly lollies, chocolate and baked goods, along with cannabis and cannabis oil during a raid of a Sydney home on Sunday.
Superintendent Paul Carrett says online drug supply isn't new but it remains challenging for police and people should be wary.
An alleged drug ring supplying cannabis-infused confectionary and sweets (pictured) through an online marketplace has been taken down by NSW police in Sydney
Cops allegedly seized lollies, chocolate, baked good, cannabis and cannabis oil from the Sydney home after arresting seven people (some of the seized goods pictured)
'The sale of drug-infused goods in what looks like unsuspecting food items poses a