US Customs seized a narcotics shipment like no other on February 13 in Cincinnati, Ohio. When checking a container from Peru, and going to Hong Kong, a sniffer dog seen medicines in cereal packets. In fact, the flakes were not covered in sugar, but in cocaine, indicates CNN, who was able to consult the police report.
The shipment of grain cocaine weighed almost 20 kilograms. The authorities estimated the value of the shares in more than 2.3 million euros.
Richard Gillespie, manager of the Cincinnati port where the drugs were seized, explained that dealers can be very imaginative to transport illicit goods. This forces your employees to be more vigilant during checks. “They are determined to stop the circulation of these dangerous drugs … and prevent them from reaching the public.”