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Police in Lake District issue warning to parents after schoolchildren were found eating sweets infused with cannabis

There have been 'multiple' reports to police in the Lake District of children 'intoxicated' after eating sweets infused with illegal cannabis. Sweet packets look real but are infused with high THC content.
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