Superintendent Lau Ching-lung says officers have to stay vigilant as dealers looked to smuggle drugs into Hong Kong by various methods. Photo: Edmond SoSuperintendent Lau Ching-lung says officers have to stay vigilant as dealers looked to smuggle drugs into Hong Kong by various methods. Photo: Edmond So
Superintendent Lau Ching-lung says officers have to stay vigilant as dealers looked to smuggle drugs into Hong Kong by various methods. Photo: Edmond So

Illegal drugs worth US$70 million seized at Hong Kong airport cargo terminal in six months as coronavirus pandemic forces smugglers to change tactics

  • Some 1.47 tonnes of illegal drugs were found in air cargo packages mailed into and out of the city in the first six months of the year
  • Customs officers believe surge in drug seizures is linked to coronavirus border controls introduced in March

Topic |   Crime
Superintendent Lau Ching-lung says officers have to stay vigilant as dealers looked to smuggle drugs into Hong Kong by various methods. Photo: Edmond SoSuperintendent Lau Ching-lung says officers have to stay vigilant as dealers looked to smuggle drugs into Hong Kong by various methods. Photo: Edmond So
Superintendent Lau Ching-lung says officers have to stay vigilant as dealers looked to smuggle drugs into Hong Kong by various methods. Photo: Edmond So
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