Large haul of narcotics brought ashore

A large haul of  narcotics seized from four vessels in international waters off the Southern Coast of Sri Lanka on Monday (02) were transferred to the Dickowita Fisheries Harbour this morning.

Navy Media Spokesman Lt. Commander Isuru Sooriyabandara said the stock containing over 330kg of heroin and over 50kg of “ICE” were valued at Rs. 6 billion.

The stock of narcotics were transferred to the Dickowita Fisheries Harbour today along with 5 suspects who were arrested from the four vessels, and were displayed to the media.

Lt. Commander Isuru Sooriyabandara said the suspects were arrested with the haul of narcotics following an operation conducted by the Navy based on a tip off received from the Police Narcotics Bureau (PNB).

The Navy along with its Offshore Patrol Vessels Samudura and Sindurala had carried out the mission to seize the narcotics. (Colombo Gazette)

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  1. One for you; one for me; one for the minister, and one for tax.

    President Gota was given a mandate to emulate Lee Kuan Yew. So far he has proved to be Lee Kuan Mew !

    The level of detection gives an indication of just how corrupt the law enforcement agencies have been in the past. When will the talking stop and the hanging of these drug dealing scum begin? This level of trafficking is not seen in Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia or the Middle East. Why ? Because there is significant deterrent with the death penalty. Regardless of what bleeding-heart liberals with the sole agenda of justifying their employment may state.

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