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Four Iranians arrested in separate “ice” smuggling cases

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BANGKOK, Aug 3 – Four Iranian men in their twenties were arrested at Suvarnabhumi Airport in separate crystal methamphetamine smuggling cases involving a total weight of 1.7 kilogrammes of the drug, valued at Bt6 million (some US$180,000), Customs Department Director-General Somchai Sajjapong told a press briefing on Tuesday.

On Tuesday the drug was found in a stomach of Mohammad Ebdolah, 27, while officers discovered “ice” concealed in aluminium foil coffee bags in 24-year-old Behnam Davarpanah’s baggage. The total illicit drug weighs 1,400 grammes.

Meanwhile, Hoorizad Bahram, 26, and Taheri Hamid, 27, were detained Monday at the arrival terminal of Thailand’s main international airport on charges of smuggling crystal meth, commonly known as “ice” with total weight of 81 grammes in their stomachs.


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