Police bust cross-border drug trafficking ring

Malaysia Customs director-general Paddy Abdul Halim speaks at a press conference today.

Malaysia Customs director-general Paddy Abdul Halim announces the drug find at a press conference today.

The Malaysian grug find press conference just for illustration.

Public security department of north China’s Shanxi Province on Sunday said police have recently arrested 10 suspects and seized 21 kg of drugs involved in a cross-border drug trafficking case, Xinhua reported.

Police in Jinzhong City, Shanxi, found a suspected drug dealer in October last year and then conducted an investigation which lead to more clues on a cross-border drug trafficking ring.

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According to the news medium, under the help of law enforcement in southwest China’s Yunnan Province, police seized a total of 21 kg of drugs in the border areas of Yunnan, captured 10 suspects and discovered 16 drug addicts.

Further investigation into the case was said to be underway.