Updated at 7.02pm: Customs officers conducted a series of operations from Saturday until Monday to stop the smuggling of fresh pork and poultry meat at Sha Tau Kok, a spokesman said on Monday. The officers launched the crackdown from the Shek Chung Au Check Post, where they are stationed. Shortly before midnight on Saturday, a lorry coming from the Sha Tau Kok Village was intercepted at the Shek Chung Au Check Post for a search, the spokesman said. As a result, 1,700 kilograms of pork valued at about $54,000 were found inside the cargo compartment; and a 36-year-old male driver was arrested. At 5.10am on Monday, a public light bus running between Sha Tau Kok and Sheung Shui was also intercepted at the above check post. Customs officers arrested a 72-year-old female passenger; and seized a total of 10kg of chicken and 5kg of duck, valued at about $340, onboard. The two arrested people and the seized meat have been handed over to the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department for further investigation, the spokesman added.