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Iranian security forces discovered 420 kilograms of opium and more than 1000 kilograms of Methamphetamine

17 Apr 2024 - 9:29

The security officials of the Islamic Republic of Iran announced the discovery of 420 kg of opium in Sistan and Baluchistan province and one ton and 117 kg of Methamphetamine (Ice) in Tehran.

Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Tehran: The media of the Islamic Republic of Iran have reported that 420 kilograms of opium were discovered by Iran's security agencies from a car in the transportation axes of Sistan and Baluchistan province.

It is said that this discovery operation was carried out by the intelligence elite of one of the security organs of Sistan and Baluchistan province.

According to Tasnim, during the pursuit of this drug-carrying car, the occupants tried to escape while shooting at the Iranian security agents in the Khash-Zahedan axis.

Later, during the chase, the occupants of the said car were finally released, and 420 kg of opium and two Kalashnikov weapons were seized during the cleaning of the car.

On the other hand, the anti-narcotics police officers of Tehran announced the discovery of one ton and 117 kilograms of Methamphetamine from a truck carrying a load of stones.

It is stated in the report of the Tehran police: "Greater Tehran" anti-narcotics police officers, by carrying out intelligence measures and observing criminals with a history, found out that one of the dealers in death decided to prepare glass narcotics and plans to transport them to Tehran. 

According to ISNA, it was said that the police officers were informed about the arrival of this cargo in Iran and started to track it and eventually succeeded in identifying and seizing the cargo of glass narcotics on the Imam Reza (AS) highway in Tehran.

It has also been said that during this mission, one ton and 117 kg of glass narcotic, which was embedded in a 23 ton load of stone, was seized. Three people have been arrested in this regard and taken to the police headquarters, who confessed to their crime during the interrogations.

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