S’porean held for smuggling lobster larvae

Busted: Indonesian police officers speaking to the media after the lobster larvae bust with the four suspected smugglers (in orange) in Jakarta. — The Straits Times/Asia News Network

JAKARTA: Four suspected smugglers, including a 29-year-old Singaporean, were arrested by Indonesian police on July 3 for attempting to smuggle 113,412 lobster larvae from Indonesia to Vietnam through Singapore.

The four men, who are suspected members of a syndicate, were arrested separately in Jambi and Batam in Riau Islands, according to Indonesian media reports.

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

Next In Regional

Imran Khan and America Premium
Asean tourism: Hot and bothered Premium
PM: Chicken prices will not be floated Premium
Jail for man in SG who took upskirt video of teen while out on bail over similar offence Premium
Use authorised channels to recruit foreign maids or risk termination, warns Papa Premium
Efforts to shine a light on Sabah's gibbons through Kota Belud project Premium
FBM KLCI rebounds 0.39% after two days of decline Premium
S.Korean leader's informal media events are a break with tradition Premium
Report: Gojek says no plans to enter Malaysia market after vehicle with logo spotted in town Premium
JPJ says renew driving licences before June 30 or take test again Premium

Others Also Read