A routine identification verify on a Hong Kong road led
to the seizure of narcotics value HK$76 million (US$9.77 million) and the arrest of a suspected drug trafficker on Tuesday.
The 86kg (190 kilos) haul of heroin and crystal meth was the tenth main seizure of unlawful medicine in three weeks. Within the earlier 9 instances, police and customs officers confiscated HK$436 million value of
Within the newest operation, officers from the Kowloon West emergency unit stopped a 57-year-old man for an identification verify on Yen Chow Road in Sham Shui Po shortly earlier than 10am.
Chief Inspector Kong Ha-sang stated officers discovered 1.5kg of suspected heroin in three baggage the person was allegedly carrying.
In a follow-up raid on a close-by flat on the identical road the suspect rented, officers discovered one other 42.3kg of suspected heroin in two containers and one rucksack and 42.2kg of what gave the impression to be crystal meth in one other two containers, in response to Kong.