The Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority announced that it had thwarted two attempts to smuggle 466,326 Captagon pills, after they were found hidden in trucks that came to the Kingdom through the Haditha port.
The authority stated (in a statement on its website) that it was able, in the first attempt, to thwart the smuggling of 365,166 Captagon pills, which were found hidden in one of the trucks coming through the port, where the seized items were hidden in caches prepared for the purpose of smuggling inside separate parts of the truck.
She added that, at the same port, she was able to thwart another attempt to smuggle 101,160 Captagon pills, which were hidden in the floor of the bed of one of the trucks coming through the port.
The commission indicated that after completing the seizure operations, coordination took place with the General Directorate for Narcotics Control to ensure the arrest of the recipients of the seizures inside the Kingdom, as they were two persons.
The Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority stressed that it is continuing to tighten customs control over the Kingdom’s imports and exports, and stands guard against attempts by smugglers, in order to achieve the most prominent pillars of its strategy represented in enhancing the security and protection of society by limiting attempts to smuggle such pests and other contraband.
The authority called on everyone to contribute to the fight against smuggling to protect society and the national economy, by contacting it on the number designated for security reports (1910) or via e-mail. [email protected] And the international number (00966114208417), stressing that it receives, through these channels, reports related to smuggling crimes and violations of the provisions of the unified customs system, in complete confidentiality, with a financial reward being granted to the informant in the event that the communication information is correct.