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Here's a look at an ordinary bedroom. Can you spot where drugs or warning signs of drugs may be laying around?Photo by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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If you notice ties unusually laying around or belts and shoe laces, this may be a sign that someone is using them to wrap their arms to inject drugs. Photo by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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An expert with RALI CARES says if you notice pieces of plastic or pens pulled a part this could also be a sign of substance abuse.Photo by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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Be sure to check closets and pat clothes down to see if you notice items in pocketsPhoto by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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An experts pulled out a syringe that was in a pocket of one of the shirts in the closet.Photo by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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Shoes with missing laces are also a sign of drug misuse. An expert says shoe laces are used to tie the arm in order to inject drugs.Photo by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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Shoes can also be a hiding place for drugsPhoto by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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Check trash cans! Q-tips are used to absorb drugsPhoto by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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Check trash cans! Drugs can also be found hiding in the trashPhoto by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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Check trash cans! Empty capsules are often used to hold drugs and maybe found disposed in the trashPhoto by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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Drug users use laxatives to help them regularly use the restroom because of excessive drug use. Photo by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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Another item that may appear out of place is a spoon used to warm up or cook drugs for use.Photo by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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This can is used as a "safe" and can be a tool to hide drugsPhoto by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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Drugs were found inside of the soda canPhoto by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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This may look like a regular computer area, but the calculator (right) and mouse (left) both serve as a scale to weigh drugs.Photo by: Khalida Volou, WMAR
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Here's a look at the different drugs and their packagingPhoto by: Khalida Volou, WMAR