Drugs found inside video game cartridges

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A video game collector in Georgia got more than he bargained for when he bought a pair of vintage games.

Julian Turner bought copies of Nintendo’s “Golf” and “Rollergames” at a flea market.

He noticed that the games seemed a little heavier than normal.

He cracked open the cartridges to take a look and found what appeared to be drugs packed inside.

He called police and they launched an investigation.

They said it appeared the packages had been inside the games for a very long time.

The New York Post reported that detectives have yet to confirm test results on the powdery substance.

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