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August, 04 2014 08:00:00

Lao Cai police arrest drug trafficker

Tenh Lao Son. — Photo baohaiquan

LAO CAI (VNS) — Border guards and customs police in northern mountainous Lao Cai Province arrested a man for allegedly trafficking 1kg of drugs from Son La to Lao Cai.

Tenh Lao Son, 27, a resident of Long Phieng Commune in Son La Province, was caught in a hotel in Lao Cai City. The police said Son admitted to transporting the contraband to a person in the city.

Nguyen Van Lam of the provincial Customs Department said Son might be a member of a trafficking ring transporting drugs between Laos, Viet Nam and China.

Son was handed over to the provincial police for further investigation. — VNS

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