Sabah Customs seize RM1.65mil worth of cigarettes in Tawau

KOTA KINABALU: Over 110,720 cartons of smuggled cigarettes worth RM1.65mil have been seized by Sabah Customs during a crackdown under Ops Supply Raya in the east coast Tawau district.

Sabah Customs Department chief assistant director Datuk Abdullah Jaapar said that the seizures were made during the month-long crackdown that involved four main operations from April 24 to May 23.

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