At 11:30 a.m. local time on December 9, the Malaysian Maritime Law Enforcement Agency cracked the largest drug case since its establishment 16 years ago.
Intercepted methamphetamine weighing more than 2 tons and with a market value of more than 100 million ringgit (about $25 million), and arrested a 26-year-old male suspect.
It is reported that the 130 marijuana bags seized during the interception operation contain methamphetamine wrapped in 1998 in “Guanyin King” tea bags.
The total weight of drugs is 2,118 kilograms, with a total value of ringgit 105900,000.
In addition, the agency also acquired yachts worth 150,000 ringgit in the operation.
In recent years, Malaysia has become a transit point for drug smuggling in Southeast Asia, and the government has zero tolerance for drug trafficking.