Mexico: National Guard seized 127 kilos of methamphetamine and 65 thousand fentanyl pills in Tijuana

Mexico: National Guard seized 127 kilos of methamphetamine and 65 thousand fentanyl pills in Tijuana

Agents of the National Guard seized 127 kilograms of methamphetamine and around 65 thousand fentanyl pills, in a cargo that was hidden in the Gasoline tank of a tractor in Tijuana.

According to the report of the corporation, these events occurred on the Imperial Valley Avenue of the border city, when personnel carried out patrol tasks.

The uniformed officers noticed that two subjects fled, as soon as they noticed the presence of national guards in the area and they left the trailer-type vehicle abandoned.

The agents approached one of the gasoline tanks, which had signs of having been previously tampered with. After an inspection, several transparent plastic bags were found with apparent narcotics, instead of fuel.

Immediately, the agents searched the entire unit for the possibility that there were more hidden drugs, but no other packages were found.

According to the National Guard statement, they made sure 127 kilos of methamphetamine distributed in 254 bags; nails 65 thousand pills of fentanyl in 65 packages and five more packs of the same synthetic opioid.

“The apparent drug was insured and made available to the Tijuana-based Attorney General’s Office, where the exact type and weight of the substance will be determined,” said the institution.

Information in development.

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