Sub points to depth of narco trade, sources say

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The discovery on Thursday of a likely narco-submarine in a creek off the Waini River in the North West District and the nearby camp where it is believed to have been built point to the depth of the drug trade here and is seen as an intelligence-based victory, law enforcement sources said yesterday.

North West Guyana is seen as the transit point for drugs flowing into the country but prior to Thursday’s discovery of the vessel not much had been exposed by law enforcement officials on the mechanics of the trade. Interdicting the trade at that point could deal a severe blow to trafficking rings. The discovery follows quickly on the increasing role …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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