Drug pills seized

KUWAIT CITY, June 24: Antinarcotics men arrested two Arab expatriates who smuggled 12 Tramadol pills into the country for trade purpose. A security source said Drug Control General Department received information that the two suspects had brought 12 Tramadol pills, carefully hidden inside their clothes, from their home country to sell.

A team of detectives were trapped the suspects and managed to arrest them in Fahaheel area in possession of a bag containing the contraband. They confessed bringing the item from their home country to sell to customers here.

Meanwhile, anti-narcotics men followed up the activities of another Arab national and raided his apartment where they found 1kg of the illicit drug Chemical and 50g of Shabu based on a tipoff. He was referred to Drug Prosecution.

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