Vietnam busts drug ring involving Taiwanese hinh anh 1Traffickers hide drugs in pig stomachs (Source: Drug Crime Investigation Police Department)
Hanoi (VNA) - The Drug Crime Investigation Police Department under the Ministry of Public Security announced on June 17 that it had busted a drug trafficking ring with the involvement of some Taiwanese (China).

Specifically, the department arrested five traffickers, and seized 270kg of ketamine.

Earlier, the department received information about a drug ring led by several Vietnamese people living in Cambodia and colluded with some in Vietnam to illegally transport drugs from Cambodia to Ho Chi Minh City and then send them to other countries by road or air.

The arrested confessed that from January 2021, they had transported five shipments, of which three contained drugs, and each contained 90kg of ketamine.

Further investigation is underway. For the masterminds currently in Cambodia and China, the department will coordinate with Chinese and Cambodian police to hunt them.

For those in European countries, through the international cooperation channel INTERPOL, the department will exchange information and strengthen coordination to prevent drugs smuggled by air./.