The plastic capsules were found by police on patrol in Manchester and contained around 20 snap bags of heroin and a similar number of crack cocaine rocks
Heroin and crack cocaine were found hidden inside Kinder Egg capsules
Heroin and crack cocaine have been found stashed in Kinder Egg capsules left lying in the street.
The capsules, which are usually found inside Kinder Surprise chocolate eggs and normally contain children’s toys, were discovered by officers patrolling in Manchester.
The plastic shells contained around 20 small snap bags of suspected heroin and more than 20 rocks of what is believed to be crack cocaine.
Officers are now searching for the owner of the Class A drugs and have urged anyone who may know who they belong to, to come forward.
Officers discovered what appeared to be a drug dealer's stash while on patrol in St Mary’s Hall Road in the Crumpsall area of the city.