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POLICE busted a drug trafficking syndicate with the arrests of two suspects in a raid at Taman Impian last Saturday, seizing 300kg of ganja worth RM750,000, believed to have been smuggled in from Thailand.
Perlis police chief Surina Saad said the state Narcotics Crime Investigation Department received a public tip-off on the activities.
The syndicate is believed to have smuggled ganja by sea before transporting them by land using a van.
“The Perlis team followed the vehicle to Penang and later raided a house at Taman Impian at 9pm with the help of Bukit Aman and Penang.
“The inspection found the slabs of drugs hidden in the residence. Police also arrested a 41-year-old man and a 37-year-old Indonesian woman during the raid,” she told a press conference at the Seberang Perai Tengah district police headquarters today.,
Surina said that based on preliminary investigations, the house only served as a transit point for the drugs, after which they are sent to the Klang Valley to cater to the market there.
“Police believe the two suspects are members of a syndicate whose role is to keep the drugs at the house rented by the syndicate.
“Our checks found that the couple did not have a marriage certificate and the woman also did not have any travel documents,” she said.
According to Surina, police also confiscated a motorcycle worth RM2,800. The drugs seized could be used by 600,000 drug addicts.
She said the two suspects, who tested negative for drugs and have no criminal record, have been remanded until Saturday to assist in a probe under section 39B of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952. – Bernama, July 21, 2022.