"Instinctively triggered" ICA officer finds 20 sets of airsoft guns and parts on cargo ship at Changi Airfreight Centre

A total of 20 sets of airsoft guns and parts were discovered on a shipment of imported cargo on June 24 during a check at Changi Airfreight Centre.

In a witty post on the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority's (ICA) Facebook page that was titled "Instinctively triggered", an ICA officer was commended for being "keen-eyed" in noticing anomalies in a scanned image of the cargo.

The case was later referred to the Singapore Police Force for investigations.

The ICA also reminded the public that Singapore's borders are its first line of defence towards keeping the country safe, and the agency would continue to conduct security checks to prevent smuggling attempts. 

Instinctively triggered.

A keen-eyed ICA officer at Changi Airfreight Centre was conducting checks on a shipment of...

Posted by Immigration & Checkpoints Authority on Sunday, 29 July 2018

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