PNB gears up probe to trace drug packs sent from Dubai: Police
Daily Mirror - Sri Lanka|March 27, 2021
The Police Narcotic Bureau (PNB) is conducting investigations to trace the individuals or parties who had sent two packages containing drugs to Sri Lanka through a courier service, the Police said.
DARSHANA SANJEEWA BALASURIYA AND CHATURANGA SAMARAWICKRAMA

Police spokesman DIG Ajith Rohana said the police geared up investigations to net the culprits who had sent the contraband from Dubai on December 27, 2020.

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