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Police intercept drug trade in Raiwai

A raid conducted by the Southern Division Narcotics and Fiji Detector Dog Unit in Nairai Road in Raiwai yesterday led to the seizure of white substances believed to be cocaine and methamphetamine.

Upon arrival at the home, the FDDU team deployed K9 Herb, where the alleged illicit substances were discovered.

Arrested at the scene was a 45-year-old man who remains in custody at the Raiwaqa Police Station as the seized substances have been sent for analysis.

Investigations continue.

The Fiji Detector Dog Unit (FDDU) is a partnership between the Fiji Police Force, Fiji Revenue and Customs Service supported by New Zealand Police l and New Zealand Customs working together to stop the flow of illicit drugs locally and into the country, by strengthening partnerships between border agencies and law enforcement.

Ilaitia Ravuwai
Ilaitia Ravuwai
Journalist | news@fijilive.com

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