Saudi customs officers at Diba port have thwarted an attempt to smuggle over two million Captagon pills hidden in a truck, according to the Saudi Press Agency.
Director General of Customs of Diba port, Ali al-Atawi, said the pills – totaling 2,189,000 – were hidden in a truck that was carried by a ferry docking the port.
He added that when the truck was chosen for customs inspection, the pills were discovered hidden in the truck’s floor.
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