Police seized products valued at $20 million

Police seized products valued at $20 million
Police seized products valued at $20 million

The operation took place at the Los Mistoles border post, where the troops detected the million-dollar shipment of foreign origin without tax accreditations.

Police personnel at the Los Mistoles border post, 10 kilometers from Taco Ralo and more than 130 kilometers away from the capital of Tucuman in the south, discovered that the driver of a transport company was carrying 129 packages in his load, including textile products, covers , tobacco, household appliances, among others, for a value that would be around 20 million pesos.

According to what was reported by the main officer Franco Argañaraz, the procedure took place last Saturday at 9 p.m., when police personnel stopped the movement of a truck with a semi-trailer belonging to a transport company, which was destined for the province of Buenos Aires. Aires.

Without documentation

“In accordance with article 230 bis of the National Penal Code, the vehicle was searched, and a large number of packages of different sizes were identified, a total of 129 that contained textile products, covers, tobacco, among others. others; all of foreign origin without any type of documentation that supports entry into the country, the payment of respective taxes, and their transit,” said Argañaraz.

The transport was driven by a man from San Pedro, province of Jujuy; whose personal and vehicle data were consulted on the Federal Police Communications System (SIFCOP) platform, with negative results regarding judicial requirements.

On freedom

Finally, Federal Court No. 2 ordered that the packages be transferred to the physical location of the General Directorate of Customs so that they can open and measure the elements. On the other hand, it also ordered that the truck continue its journey and that no measures depriving the driver of liberty be taken.

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