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Canadian and New Zealand authorities stop 140 kilograms of methamphetamine from crossing our borders

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The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is focused on defending our nation and works intimately with our global accomplices to forestall illegal medication carrying at our lines.

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On 18th May , the CBSA declared the capture of 140 kilograms of methamphetamine at the Tsawwassen Compartment Assessment Office in English Columbia. The shipment was recognized in light of knowledge given by the New Zealand Police and New Zealand Customs Administration.

On Walk 30, 2023, CBSA officials led an assessment of a compartment that was headed for trade and accepted to be bound for New Zealand. With the help of the Metro Vancouver Region Identifier Canine Assistance, officials found a white, precious stone like substance in the machine which was tried and returned positive for methamphetamine.

Different CBSA units, remembering groups for the Metro Vancouver Area, Metro Vancouver Locale Marine Business Tasks and Pacific District Knowledge Segment, teamed up with New Zealand Police and New Zealand Customs Administration on this effective capture attempt.

The examination has been alluded to the Illustrious Canadian Mounted Police in English Columbia.

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