Wednesday, November 25, 2015   

Woman held at Lo Wu with drugs in tea packs
(04-10 11:02)

Customs arrested a woman at the Lo Wu Border Control Point for trafficking 2 kilograms of suspected “ice,’’ also known as crystal meth.
The drugs, worth about HK$860,000, were found in two packets of tea carried by her during customs clearance.
The 51-year old woman will appear at Fanling Magistrates' Court tomorrow. --RTHK

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