Taipei Guan said that the customs cooperated with the Criminal Police Department of the Ministry of the Interior and the Criminal Police Department of the Ministry of the Interior to lock in specific targets. At 16:30 on March 20, 108, the warehouse was imported into the general warehouse to check imports from Malaysia. The first batch of lamps, the appearance of the goods is no different from the general lamps, the main body is metal structure, the processing is fine, and it looks like one-piece molding. The experienced cargoes are examined by X-ray instruments one by one, and the results are compared in detail, and there is space inside and different contents. It is very suspicious. It is a destructive inspection. Due to the large number, 2,060 pieces were destroyed. The officers were destroyed one by one and completed the next day. The second-grade drug methamphetamine was found and the gross weight was about 51 kg. The case has been moved. The judicial organs investigated.
The customs further stated that the Customs and the Criminal Police worked together to work hard to safeguard China's international image and the goal of drug control at the gate. In addition to continuing to strengthen drug investigations, it also strengthened cooperation with domestic and foreign equity units to fully curb drug smuggling. border. The cracking of the case relied on the intelligence and the inspector's alert and the use of the inspection tools. The customs call for drug addiction to be extremely addictive and seriously endangering health. According to Article 4, Item 2 of the Drug Hazard Prevention Regulations, those who manufacture, transport or sell second-class drugs are sentenced to life imprisonment or imprisonment of more than seven years. The company will receive a fine of NT$10 million for the company and the public will not be tempted by the drug trafficking syndicate. According to Article 6 of the Drug Hazard Awards and Punishment Measures, the drug prosecution bonus is up to NT$10 million. The nationals can use the free-charged telephone numbers: 0800-311006 and 0800-038265 to jointly crack down on illegal activities.
Source: Ministry of Finance