Deputies in Multnomah County discover 'rainbow fentanyl' during execution of search warrant

Police said the multi-colored version of fentanyl is dangerous both because it’s more potent and because it could potentially be mistaken for something innocuous.

PORTLAND, Ore. — Police say a new form of fentanyl has made its way to Portland, and it’s both far more potent and more dangerous than the more common blue fentanyl pills. Police have referred to the new version as ‘rainbow fentanyl’ due to its multiple colors

“If it gets on your skin it can be fatal,” said Lt. Matt Jordan of the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office. “We’ve seen addicts smoke it, inject it, and snort it. It’s extremely dangerous.”

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