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German police seize two Iranian trucks carrying heroin

The Two Iranian brothers, allegedly affiliated with a notorious drug smuggling ring, have been arrested awaiting charges

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German authorities have confiscated a heroin shipment in two Iranian trucks that were in transit and on its way to distributed in different European countries.

According to Deutsche Welle, police stopped the two trucks arriving from Turkey where sniffer dogs traced 150 kilograms of heroin worth millions of Euros.

The two drivers, aged 37 and 41 years old, were detained.

The Public Prosecutor stated that the two trucks, originated from Iran, entered German territories from Turkey.

Last October, German police seized 330 kilograms of heroin, worth around 50 million Euros, in a truck transporting pickled cucumbers and garlic from Iran.

The Two Iranian brothers, allegedly affiliated with a notorious drug smuggling ring, have been arrested awaiting charges.