Public health services ‘overwhelmed’ by callouts to victims of the drug as fears grow that more dangerous compounds are becoming available

The ban on new psychoactive substances, including the “zombie drug”, spice, has served to drive the trade underground as more potent and unpredictable strains enter the market, pushed by street dealers.

“Personally, I think the situation has got worse,” said Arfon Jones, the police and crime commissioner for North Wales, which includes the town of Wrexham, whose problems with spice have been highlighted by local residents on social media.

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