AustraliaWhat's wrong with this card? Prison guards seize seemingly innocent love letter and find secret stash of drugs that would sell for $2,400 behind bars
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Drugs are being smuggled into prisons inside greetings cards.
A card reading 'thinking of you' was sent to a woman in Silverwater jail in western Sydney.
Guards became suspicious when they noticed the spine of the card was slightly detached.
They dismantled it and found 12 strips of bupe, a powerful opioid prescribed to replace heroin.
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Silverwater Women's Correctional Centre Governor Paula Quarrie said guards found 12 buprenorphine strips, weighing 0.6g.
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'Someone was thinking of this inmate in completely the wrong way,' she said.
'My staff did a great job to locate these drugs before they could get into the wrong hands.'
In recent weeks guards have seized four such greetings cards at Long Bay, Lithgow and Dillwynia correctional centres.
Last year guards in New South Wales found 100 letters or cards with drugs inside.
Bupe was the most common drug seized, more popular than amphetamines or marijuana.
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Corrective Services NSW Commissioner Peter Severin said drugs must be kept out of prisons to help inmates.
'It's important that inmates stay in touch with families and friends through letters, but this kind of behaviour jeopardises their chances of rehabilitation,' he said.
In some instances, the contents of letters are handed to NSW Police for investigation.
The sender's name and return address are fake in the majority of cases.
Recent contraband finds in NSW
• Five bupe strips secreted behind a tracking sticker on an Express Post envelope sent to an inmate at Long Bay Correctional Complex;
• Five bupe strips were located in a homemade greeting card sent to an inmate at Lithgow Correctional Centre;
• Twelve bupe stripes were located in the side seams of an Express Post envelope sent to an inmate at Dillwynia Correctional Centre; and
• Two bupe strips were located in an envelope sent to an inmate at Dillwynia Correctional Centre.
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