Police issue warning after rainbow fentanyl pills were found in Batavia gas station
BATAVIA, N.Y. — A warning ahead of Halloween. Police say rainbow fentanyl pills are in Batavia.
They were recently found in a gas station bathroom before being turned over to officers. The tablets are blue and stamped into the shape of a bear.
We’ve told you rainbow fentanyl is a highly addictive synthetic opioid that is 50 times more potent than heroin.
While there hasn’t been any official association between these pills and Halloween, Batavia Police Department wants to remind parents to check your children’s candy.
More of our coverage:
- Monroe County deputies warn of rainbow fentanyl after bust in New York (Oct. 4)
- Chuck Schumer announces push to fight spread of fentanyl (Sept. 25)