Male Drug Mule Arrested in Tawau, Police Seize Five Kilos Of Syabu Friday

ACP Fadil and two of his senior officers showing off the seized syabu worth RM350,000 that was recovered from a drug mule on Friday. – Photo credit Unit Media IPD Tawau

TAWAU: Tawau police seize 5,071.62 kg of drugs suspected to be syabu worth RM350,000 after nabbing a male drug mule at the Tawau Airport arrival hall here at 10.45 am Friday, Bernama reported Sarurday.

Tawau District Police chief, Assistant Commissioner Fadil Marsus said the 46-year-old suspect who had just arrived from Kuala Lumpur was detained based on information gathered by a Sabah Narcotic CID-Tawau police cooperation.

“He was taken to the Tawau Airport Police Station for inspection. Police found two boxes hidden among some clothes in a black bag belonging to him.

“Two packages wrapped in tin foil and carbon paperwere found in one box each containing an opaque plastic packet of clear crystals suspected to be syabu.

“The second box had three packages wrapped in tin foil and carbon paper containing plastic packets of the same crystals,” he told a media conference here Saturday.

Fadil said the suspect, a cyber cafe operator from Selangor, was positive on Methamphetamine and had two criminal records.

He was remanded seven days and investigated under Section 39B and Section 15(1)(a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 10952.