According to the public security bureau of Shidian County, Yunnan Province, the bureau recently uncovered a case of cross-border drug trafficking, arrested two Burmese criminal suspects and seized 47 kilograms of methamphetamine.
The police in Shidian County, Baoshan City, received information in late May that drug dealers were planning to transport drugs from Myanmar into central China’s Hunan Province via Yunnan.
At the end of May this year, the anti-drug brigade of the Shidian County Public Security Bureau was informed that drug traffickers wanted to transport drugs to Hunan for sale. After learning of this situation, the anti-drug brigade immediately set up a task force to rush to Xi’an County, Pu’er City for investigation.
They intercepted a car on June 4, and found meth weighing 47 kg in 61 small bags in the city of Pu’er in the the vehicle.
Further investigation is underway. Yunnan, which borders the Golden Triangle, known for its rampant drug production and trafficking activities, is a major front in China’s battle against drug crime.
Source: Xinhua news agency