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Friday January 17, 2014 MYT 11:08:45 PM
SINGAPORE: Two women, including a Malaysian, were arrested for trying to smuggle 450g of heroin and 52g of "Ice" in their underwear into Singapore on Wednesday.
According to the Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB), officers from the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) stopped a Malaysian-registered taxi entering Singapore with four passengers and referred them to CNB for checking about 2.20pm at the Woodlands Checkpoint.
A female CNB officer conducted a search on the female Malaysian, 28, and found a bundle of heroin hidden in her underwear.
Another bundle of heroin and smaller bundle of "Ice" were also found hidden in the underwear of a Singaporean passenger, 46, in the same taxi.
The recovered drugs had an estimated street value of S$57,600. - Bernama
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