Forensic checks done on suspected drug sub

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Overseas experts have carried out some forensic checks on the semi-submersible vessel recently found in Region One and the evidence gathered will be further analysed once the vessel has been moved to a more secure location.

“It’s still in the middle of the jungle and we have to consider safety and security of the persons there,” head of the Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) James Singh told reporters yesterday. The forensic tests will be done to determine things such as the design, the engine, the shape and the capacity of the vessel, Singh explained.

He said that such an analysis would give one a better understanding of whether the vessel has the ability to cross the Atlantic Ocean. The CANU head added too that …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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