Drug dealers package illegal drugs as artworks, toilet seats, toys at OR Tambo Int’l
These drug dealers keep going the extra mile to smuggle illegal drugs into the country.
Drugs were disguised as artwork, teabags, baby toys, and toilet seats in order to not call attention of law officials.
The police together with other law officials collaborated and launched two successful major bust at OR Tambo International Airport this week.
On Wednesday, the police disclosed that drugs worth more than R1 million were confiscated at the airports’s cargo section.
This discovery was made on Monday and Tuesday this week.
The drug dealers packaged the illegal drugs as artwork, teabags, baby toys, and toilet seats in order to avoid any form of suspicion.
However, the police are not stopping there, they disclosed that investigation is still ongoing and more details of the busts would be divulged soon.
#sapsHQ Drugs (est str value R1 MIL) declared as artwork, teabags, baby toys, medication & toilet seats seized at OR Tambo Airport Cargo on Monday & Tuesday respectively. Investigations ongoing. Full details to be communicated soon. Enquiries: #Hawks Capt Mulamu 071 481 3473. ME pic.twitter.com/HFA2dHJhgJ
— SA Police Service (@SAPoliceService) September 16, 2020
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