Ice strangling Victorian towns, drug report reveals

By Rania Spooner, Tammy Mills and Nino Bucci
Updated October 21 2014 - 2:00pm, first published September 5 2014 - 8:00am
Recovering Ice addict "Harry" on the farm in western Victoria, in August 2013. Photo: Jason South, The Age.
Recovering Ice addict "Harry" on the farm in western Victoria, in August 2013. Photo: Jason South, The Age.

Illicit drug users are abandoning traditional street drugs for "ice", the more concentrated, potent version of methamphetamine, which has been linked to an increasing number of deaths and murder investigations in recent years.

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