MMEA foils bid to smuggle over RM1mil worth of drugs

ALOR GAJAH: The Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has foiled an attempt to smuggle about 26kg of drugs believed to be syabu out of the country through the waters of Tanjung Sepat, Selangor.

Melaka and Negri Sembilan MMEA (Maritime) director Capt Iskandar Ishak said the drugs, worth about RM1.04mil, were left in a grey bag near the beach there and discovered by a patrol at about 10pm on Monday (May 23) night.

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