Drug dealing has fast become the scourge of Northern Ireland.
In most cases, the dealers who are making a fat living out of this illegal and despicable trade, target young and vulnerable people.
One such young person was Nicole McCrindle, a 17-year-old trainee hairdresser, who died after taking ecstasy.
Nicole, described by her father Steven as a 'lovely wee girl, at the start of her life' died after the Class A drug triggered an epilepsy attack.
Nicole is the just the latest in a long line of young people who have died after suffering a violent reaction to this drug.
In an chilling revelation, her father has disclosed that E-tabs are being 'handed out like sweets' to young people in Northern Ireland.
Drug dealing here has reached alarming proportions, with narcotics more deadly than ecstasy being sold, on a regular basis, to unsuspecting youngsters.
This is not only a problem for the police but for society in general and, if not checked, more young victims will die.
The message is simple: If you know a drug dealer tell the police and put him or her out of business, before they have the chance to kill again.