Police in Germany say the pills and a large amount of cash were found during a search of the vehicle driven by the two suspects and that the drugs have a sales value of almost $47,000 (€40,000; £37,000).
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Roughly 5,000 ecstasy pills which are shaped like Donald Trump's head have been seized in Lower Saxony, Germany. The 51-year-old father and his 17-year-old son were taken into custody Saturday and brought before a judge Sunday.
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Police said they also seized a large amount of cash from the vehicle, which was registered in Austria.
Those pills were also believed to have come from the Netherlands, according to the Daily Star.
Around 9 p.m. on Saturday, according to the statement, the men were pulled over during a traffic stop while traveling in an Austrian-registered Peugeot 307 auto along A30, a highway that runs adjacent to Osnabruck. A large amount of money was also found in the vehicle.
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The drug sellers said they wanted to a buy a vehicle with the money.
Trump pills were first spotted for sale on the so-called Dark Web, where users employ programme techniques to avoid detection of illegal activity, earlier this year, with the tagline: "Make Partying Great Again".
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