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10 people arrested for smuggling

23. December 2010. | 11:05

Source: Tanjug

Republika Srpska's police arrested 10 people, among them one police officer from Doboj, for smuggling non-custom paid goods.

Republika Srpska's police arrested 10 people, among them one police officer from Doboj, for smuggling non-custom paid goods.

The police action was performed in the cities of Doboj, Bileca and Zvornik on Tuesday.

Spokesperson of the Republika Srpska’s Interior Ministry Mirna Soja told reporters that the police are questioning the arrested suspected of organized crime regarding the criminal acts of organizing a group of people in order to smuggle and distribute non-custom paid goods, and transfer excise goods illegally.

She said that the police seized 841 boxes of Walter Wolf, Avantgarde and Marlboro cigarettes, Kamagra and Viagra stimulating drugs, a large amount of money and a certain number of mobile phones.


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