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A CRIMINAL ACTION WAS DETERRED

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Based on an intelligence reported by the Police department, Customs has organized proper customs control. Customs officers at the Zamiin-Uud Customs under the Customs General Administration inspected a luggage belonging to a Mongolian Citizen crossing the Mongolian border on 6 June 2014 around 5 pm through the x-ray equipment and detected a suspicious item.

The luggage was further inspected with the assistance of a sniff dog, which resulted in the detection of 3 clear items in the shape of small ice pebbles, glass smoking pipe, a glass tube, and miniature scale. The customs laboratory in Zamiin-Uud customs analyzed the ice pebbles and determined they were methamphetamine.

Clear, colorless, ice-shaped pebbles

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Glass smoking pipe and a glass tube

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The ice pebbles weight 1.78 g on the digital scale of the laboratory

AN ATTEMPT TO SMUGGLE NATURAL STONES WAS CEASED

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On 07 April 2014, Customs officers from Shiveekhuren Customs House ceased an attempt to smuggle natural stones out of state border, having them concealed in the tanks of a motor vehicle. 

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SEIZURE OF HISTORICAL CULTURAL ITEMS

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On 11 March 2014, Customs officers from the Buyant-Ukhaa Customs detected an attempt of a PRC citizen to smuggle a total of 81 pieces of Mongolian historical and cultural valuables.

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SEIZURE REPORT FROM BUYANT-UKHAA CUSTOMS

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A physical inspection based on risk analysis was conducted at the Buyant-Ukhaa Customs on 1 March 2014 and the customs officers detected an attempt to smuggle 6 kg articles made from silver (precious metal) from a passenger on a plane from Istanbul to Ulaanbaatar. 

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FIREARM AMMUNITIONS WERE CEASED

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On 28 February 2014, a physical inspection was conducted on goods from the US declared as old clothes. With the help of a sniff dog, customs officers from the Ulaanbaatar Customs detected large quantities of ammunitions.

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