Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — The Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority (ZATCA) has thwarted an try and smuggle 932,980 Captagon capsules hidden inside a Pomegranate cargo coming to Saudi Arabia through Duba port.
ZATCA mentioned the Captagon capsules had been discovered contained in the fruit cartons after the cargo was subjected to routine customs inspection utilizing superior safety strategies.
On seizing the cargo, ZATCA coordinated with the Basic Directorate of Narcotics Management (GDNC) to make sure the arrest of people that had been to obtain the medicine in Saudi Arabia.
The authority later confirmed the arrest of two individuals.
The authority warned that it will proceed to tighten customs management over Saudi Arabia’s imports and exports and fight all smuggling makes an attempt.
The authority urged the general public to contribute to combating smuggling to guard society and the nationwide financial system by reaching out to the designated quantity for safety experiences (1910), through e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or over the worldwide quantity 00966114208417.
ZATCA confirmed that it receives via these channels experiences associated to smuggling crimes and violations of the provisions of the unified customs system in full confidentiality and that it grants a monetary reward to the informer if the offered data seems to be appropriate.