Customs department seizes 897 kg of meth headed to Taiwan

At Bangkok port today, customs department officers intercepted and seized almost 900 kilogrammes of crystal meth bound for Taiwan. New tipped off customs officers that a gigantic stash of crystal methamphetamine was being moved at present and customs responded and tracked down the unlawful drug cargo.
Verify discovered 24 cardboard packing containers that had been suspect and, after they were all x-rayed, stacked packets might be seen inside every field. The bins and packets have been opened and the contents inside were tested. The testing confirmed that the substance in the packages was 897 kilogrammes of crystal meth.
The packages were scheduled to be loaded into a cargo container that was sure for Taiwan and the shipment had been declared as silicone sheets by the shipping company, according to the director-general of the Customs Department.
Police will try to observe the path of this haul of ice, as crystal meth is commonly identified in Thailand, to determine the source of the drugs and the place they have been packaged before being sent to Bangkok port for delivery abroad. The deputy commissioner of the Narcotics Suppression Bureau believes that the meth is part of a drug trafficking operation between Thailand and Taiwan.
The Customs Department said that they don’t believe that this drug bust of meth is said to a earlier bust of 400 kilogrammes of heroin that was seized in Taiwan after shipping from Thailand..

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