Traffickers finding alternative routes to export drugs

There is evidence from the numerous cocaine busts here since the start of the year that drug traffickers have found an alternative route for transporting narcotics from Guyana to markets outside and have also found innovative ways of concealing it.

It is good intelligence that led to the interception of two shipments within the last week both linked to Guyana and destined for Africa.

Speaking to Stabroek News on the issue recently Customs and Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) head James Singh said that wherever there is a market the drugs will go and noted that he is more concerned about authorities in  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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