KENDALLVILLE, IN — The Kendallville Police Department shared a post on Facebook warning residents about fentanyl pills disguised as Oxycodone pills.
According to the KPD, these pills have been discovered in several drug investigations in Kendallville and Noble County.
Authorities in Kendallville also said the pills were found at two suspected drug overdose deaths in the past week.
The pills usually have an “M” imprinted on one side and the number “30” imprinted on the other side.
The pills are described as “extremely dangerous” and anyone who comes across these pills should contact the police.
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