Six Chinese arrested for running drug racket

The anti-drug division under the Ministry of Public Security and local police force yesterday arrested six Chinese men when they raided two drug-manufacturing warehouses in Quy Nhon Town of the south-central province of Binh Dinh.

Police cordon off the warehouse (Photo: SGGP)

Police cordon off the warehouse (Photo: SGGP)

At the two warehouses containing drug-making chemicals in the province, police officers confiscated 286 barrels of chemicals, over 300 bags of powder and other tools used for producing drug.
The six Chinese men were found guilty of running two drug-manufacturing warehouses.
In the middle of April, relevant agencies have discovered some Chinese men brought machinery equipment in Binh Dinh Province for making drugs.
The anti-drug division under the Ministry of Public Security worked with other relevant agencies and local police forces and border guards to raid different drug factories in many provinces including Binh Dinh, Kon Tum, Binh Duong, Ninh Thuan and Ho Chi Minh City.
Police officers also detected seven Chinese men manufacturing drugs illegally in a warehouse in Dak Ha District of Kon Tum Province. Police officers seized hundreds of mixed  liquid narcotic, around 13 tons of chemicals and production machinery.

By staff writers – Translated by UYEN PHUONG

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