The Bureau of Customs (BOC)-Port of Clark seized P6.5 million worth of shabu on November 27 and 30ml of marijuana on (Tuesday) December 3.
The BOC-Clark reported that the 1.026 kgs of shabu worth P6.5 million came from a shipment of aquarium filter from the Czech Republic.
“The shipment said to contain ‘external aquarium filter’ was initially subjected to non-intrusive examination which revealed suspicious images. BOC K-9 inspection was then conducted which indicated possible presence of illegal drugs,” according to the BOC statement.
Upon inspection, the subject shipment yielded two plastic packs of crystalline substances which tested positive in containing the presence of Methamphetamine Hydrochloride or “shabu”.
A Warrant of Seizure and Detention (WSD) was immediately issued.
Meanwhile, a shipment declared as a nutritional supplement was found to contain three (3) bottles with markings of marijuana leaves.
“The seized methamphetamine hydrochloride and marijuana were turned over to PDEA Region III on November 27, 2019 and December 3, 2019, respectively,” according to BOC’s statement.—AAC (with reports from Aiko Miguel)
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