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In the Maritime Port of Guayaquil, the Police seized 318,295 grams of cocaine
The National Anti-Narcotics Directorate of the National Police announced that on Friday, June 6, in the Guayaquil Maritime Port, the “Soleado” antinarcotics operation has been carried out, in which the amount of 318,295 grams of cocaine has been seized, which was allegedly destined for Spain or India.
The operation involved agents from the Ports and Airports Unit (UIPA) and Regional Center for Canine Training (CRAC), which in the middle of anti-drug control work established a risk profile of the container of acronyms MRKU3379904, ready to be shipped in the merchant ship Maersk Batur.
The police report, which will be extended at a press conference, states that the operation “Soleado” is the result of a process of analysis of the information made by agents of the Ports and Airports Information Unit, on the permanent routes they carry out for the patios of containers with national load that are ready to be embarked with destinies to the ports of America and overseas.
He points out that the container has been selected for a routine anti-drug inspection by UIPA and CRAC personnel, who, with the help of the Nike, who gave the positive drug alert, were able to seize 323 packages brick type that upon being subjected to the field tests resulted in a net weight of 318,295 grams of cocaine.
Finally, it was reported that with the seizure of the National Police, it prevented the consumption markets of Spain or India from being contaminated with 3’182,950 doses, a fact that was avoided thanks to the professionalism shown by the counterdrug agents in the control that frequently carried out in the Maritime Port of Guayaquil. (Oswaldo Trujillo P. DNCE, Zone 8).