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Two men arrested after allegedly importing four kilograms of methamphetamine – News – Australian Customs and Border Protection Service Online Newsroom

Subscribe. Media Enquiries. Customs and Border Protection Media is available on. 02 6275 6793. or email media@customs.gov.au. for the media only. Follow Us. Twitter. Two men arrested after allegedly importing four kilograms of methamphetamine. Joint media release with the Australian Federal Police. 05-06-2015 -. A 46-year-old male Chinese citizen will face court today (Friday 5 June) after allegedly importing four kilograms of methamphetamine into Australia via international mail. A 34-year-old Lidcombe man appeared before court yesterday, charged with the same offence. Both arrests are a result of a joint operation between the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS). The operation began in July 2014 when the ACBPS officers examined four cardboard parcels which arrived at Sydney International Airport from Canada, declared to be ‘auto rims’. Examination of the cardboard cartons and their contents, led to the discovery of parcels containing a white

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