Police seize 14 million baht in meth on Hat Yai roadside

Police in Hat Yai’s Songkhla province seized a total of 470,000 methamphetamine pills after finding the tablets hidden on a roadside. They say the drugs are value around 14 million baht on the black market. A tipster informed police of the tablets that were hidden in fertiliser sacks. Those sacks were covered by grass and Muslim clothing.
Police waited round hoping to catch the individual liable for hiding the drugs, but no one came. The Hat Yai deputy investigation chief headed the seek for the medication. Now, the staff is presently scouring CCTV cameras that lined the highway where the drugs were found.
Methamphetamines are a primary ingredient in ‘Yaba’, which is a well-liked form of meth or ‘ice’ in Thailand. Yaba is made by combining meth with caffeine and other herbs or flavouring to provide a strong stimulant. Many Thais check with the drug because the ‘crazy drug’ or ‘madness drug.’ Meth has, historically, been smuggled from throughout Myanmar and Laos borders, creating a large circulate of the drug into Thailand. Police say that home manufacturing of the drug is also on the rise.
โซล่าเซลล์ fall into the Category I unlawful drug category in Thailand, with anyone caught in possession of the drug, facing as much as 20 years in prison. Thailand has seen a big inflow of Yaba customers, with many consultants citing the nation as being in a drug epidemic..

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