Six arrested in Philippine drug bust

August 13, 2013
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MANILA, Philippines – Police arrested six people and seized about $46m worth of methamphetamines Sunday (August 11th) at the port of Subic, AFP reported.

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    Chief Inspector Roque Merdegia said the raid was the result of five months of undercover work and that the suspects were spotted loading travel bags and boxes containing about 200kg of the stimulant methamphetamine hydrochloride.

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