Hong Kong customs confiscates HK$55 million worth of drugs hidden in 40 airmail parcels

Hong Kong customs confiscated HK$55 million (US$7 million) worth of drugs concealed in 40 parcels sent by airmail in the first two weeks of the month, an officer said on Wednesday.The 96kg of narcotics, including 52.6kg of crystal meth, 14kg of ketamine, 11kg of cocaine and 17kg of cannabis buds, were found hidden in the parcels intercepted at the airport’s cargo terminal and land control points between September 1 and 14.According to Assistant Superintendent Jeff Lau Leung-chi of the customs…


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