Dutchmen stopped with seven kilos of drugs in Larvik

Unclear When Border Control CeasesColour line. Larvik havn.Photo Norway Today Media

Three Dutch nationals were in late August stopped with seven kilos of drugs in Larvik.

The Dutch arrived by ferry from Hirtshals to Larvik during the night on August 30th. They drove in two cars, both were taken out to expanded customs control, according to Customs.

After one of the customs drug dogs marked on one of the cars, the custom resources started to fully scan the vehicle which was resulted in finding five kilograms of amphetamine and two kilograms of hashish in the car.

The three Dutch and drug dealers are in custody by the crew from South-Eastern Police District.


Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today

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