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P4.5-million worth of ‘shabu’ seized at Customs

/ 05:16 AM July 31, 2020

Customs authorities at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) found P4.5 million worth of “shabu” (crystal meth) stuffed in tin cans inside a parcel from Las Vegas, Nevada.

Consigned to a resident of Hagonoy town, Bulacan province, the parcel was discovered while Bureau of Customs personnel were examining unclaimed DHL cargoes at Naia Customs Bonded Warehouses on July 22.

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The illegal drugs, weighing a total of 640 grams, were placed inside two cans of chocolate wafer along with various items that included a stuffed toy and candles. —Tina G. Santos

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