Pink pills believed to be responsible for the hospitalisation of 10 teenagers may still be in circulation in the Hawick area, police have warned. The youngsters, all aged 16 or under, are said to have displayed s of severe sedation R kelly tour tickets taking the pills.
Police Scotland issued a photograph of the pills "in the interest of public safety" and have warned against taking them. A Hawick teenager has appeared in court in connection with the pills.
A spokesman for Police Scotland said tests were being carried out on the drugs, which are about the size of a pea, in an effort to identify them. Det Insp Steven Bertram said: "There may be more of these pills in circulation in the Hawick area, and possibly even further afield, and I would ask people to please be vigilant and to contact police if you are offered this pill or have information relevant to our ongoing enquiries.
The teenagers have all been discharged from Borders General Hospital after receiving treatment.
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