Over K2.11 bln worth of drugs, arms and ammunition seized at drug-producing facility in Tachilek

Eight arrestees are pictured along with seized drugs, ammunition and related items.

Over K2.11 billion worth of drugs and arms and ammunition were captured from a manufacturing factory of stimulant tablets in Tachilek township, according to Myanmar Police Force.
A combined team consisting of members of the Security Force raided a manufacturing factory of stimulant tablets in Tachilek township of Shan State (East) at 6 am on 12 November. Police arrested eight persons including Kyaw Sein with over K2.11 billion worth of stimulant tablets, stimulant powders, raw opium, caffeine, arms and ‌ammunition and related materials for stimulant tablet production.
According to interrogation results, at 2 pm on 14 November, Police examined the houses of Bawza (aka) Bawsa and Joseph (aka) Kaeba who are owners of a drug manufacturing factory in Yepusan village of Tachilek township and seized 41,360 stimulant tablets and a small machine used for drug production. In addition. Police impounded 7,392 stimulant tablets and 700 grammes of stimulant powder in the house of Kya Kawt again.
Legal action is taken against the suspects and Myanmar Police Force is trying to expose those connected with them, it is learnt. — MNA

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