The customs men of the southern ports were able, based on information from the customs “search and investigation,” to seize a large quantity of narcotic “Alban” coming from India in a shipment of 324 thousand bags of the prohibited substance.

A customs source told that the shipment contained blankets and garbage bags, as the narcotic substance “dairy” was placed behind and between the goods in a way that would remove suspicion from it so that the customs inspector, who was smarter than the smugglers, would not notice the seizures.