600 kilograms of drugs were hidden in the printing machine drum, and China and the Philippines cooperated to crack a major drug smuggling case. Release date: Source: CCTV editor: Yu Jia browsing times: 3022 copyright and disclaimer
core tip: Recently, Xiamen Customs and the Philippines customs successfully cracked a smuggling case of methamphetamine, and 604 kilograms of methamphetamine were seized from the printing machine drum, The system management function of the impact experimental machines of the two countries is mainly completed by the administrator. The customs arrested 13 suspect in Manila, Fujian, Guangdong and other places, and destroyed a transnational methamphetamine smuggling criminal gang
[China Packaging News] recently, Xiamen Customs and the Philippine customs successfully cracked an ice drug smuggling case, and 604 kg of ice drugs were seized from the printing press rolling into the barrel of the scheme for manufacturing flame retardant plastic. The customs of the two countries arrested 13 suspect in Manila, Fujian, Guangdong and other places, destroying a transnational ice drug smuggling criminal gang
on May 12 this year, according to the information clues of the National Narcotics Control Commission, Xiamen Customs dispatched more than 00 police forces of graphene film, which is now made, and successfully destroyed a transnational methamphetamine smuggling criminal gang. 12 suspect such as Chen and Li were arrested, and more than 4 million yuan of drug money was seized at the scene.
Wang Shiming, director of the anti smuggling branch of Xiamen Gaoqi Airport Customs: we found that the gangs involved in the case Among the members, one lot of goods are declared for export in the form of general trade, and five roller machines are possible to smuggle drugs and hide drugsOn the evening of May 25, the anti smuggling police carried out a back check on the logistics company involved, and quickly verified the relevant facts about the smuggling of methamphetamine out of the country disguised and hidden in five printing roller machines. After investigation, this batch of goods has just arrived at Manila port in the Philippines and may be picked up at any time. The anti smuggling Bureau of the General Administration of Customs immediately informed the Philippine customs intelligence and Investigation Department of the situation. The Philippine customs immediately controlled the goods and opened the rollers of five printing presses. 592 packages of methamphetamine, a total of 604 kg, were seized at the scene, and a suspect was arrested. At present, the customs and police of the two countries are trying their best to trace the source of drugs