Motorways Police seizes 6,000 smuggled smartphones

Motorways Police seizes 6,000 smuggled smartphones
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ISLAMABAD - The Islamabad Motor Way Police worked with the Customs Department to unravel a plan to smuggle 6,000 smartphones. The Customs Department on Thursday seized above 6,000 mobile phones of estimated worth Rs. 8 million. Customs Department had received information about smuggled phones and a raid was planned in collaboration with Motorway Police.

National Highways and Motorway Police (NH&MP) stopped two different attempts to smuggle non-custom paid mobile phones.

Motorway Police spotted a suspicious car near Khanqa Dogran and upon searching the car from inside, recovered 3,417 mobile phones from two culprits.

In another incident at Ravi Toll Plaza, Motorway Police made an unsuccessful attempt to stop a suspicious vehicle but the driver stopped the car on the road and ran away. Police searched the car and recovered 2,780 mobile phones.

A case was registered against the smugglers and investigations are underway.

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