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Two Singaporeans, a 30-year-old man and a 28-year-old woman, have been arrested for suspected drug activities during a drug bust by Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) officers on Tuesday afternoon (Sep 8).
The bust also saw drugs worth about $640,000 seized and cash amounting to $8,680 recovered at a residential estate in the vicinity of Boon Lay Drive.
In a statement on Wednesday (Sep 9), the CNB said that the male suspect was brought to his residence in the same residential estate, where the 28-year-old female was also arrested therein.
Two bottles of ‘Ice’, along with packaging materials, were seized from a residential unit in the vicinity of Boon Lay Drive. Photo: CNB
"A search was conducted in the unit, and up to 24 packets and bottles containing a total of 1,203g of ‘Ice’, about 10g of cannabis, about 512g of ketamine, 669 ‘Ecstasy’ tablets and 7,502 Erimin-5 tablets were recovered from the unit," said the CNB.
"Packaging materials were also found in the unit, along with cash amounting to $8,680.
"During a subsequent search by CNB officers of the male suspect’s vehicle, three bundles containing about 1,500g of heroin were also recovered.
Three bundles containing about 1,500g of heroin seized from a 30-year-old male’s vehicle in the vicinity of Boon Lay Drive. Photo: CNB
"Investigations into the drug activities of all the suspects are ongoing.
A total of about 1,500g of heroin, about 1,203g of ‘Ice’, about 512g of ketamine, 669 ‘Ecstasy’ tablets and 7,502 Erimin-5 tablets seized. Photo: CNB
"The total amount of 1,500g of heroin seized is sufficient to feed the addiction of about 715 abusers for a week, while the total amount of 1,203g of ‘Ice’ seized is sufficient to feed the addiction of about 690 abusers for a week."