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Nagoya, two Iranians arrested for smuggling stimulants

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2020 november

Tekabu Goramreza (Iranian), 36, was arrested trying to smuggle a stimulant disguised as a vitamin. According to police and customs, two Iranians from Nagoya received about 860 grams of stimulant from South Africa on October 9, worth a total of 55 million yen.

They were priced per attempted smuggling using international courier services. Customs officials found the stimulant inside the plastic vitamin bottle and accused Tekabu of violating customs law.

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