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Customs seize Rs. 112 million worth cigarettes

Sri Lanka Customs today recovered 4 million cigarette cartons valued 112 million concealed in a container in the container yard in Orugodawatha.

Ceylontoday, 2014-01-23 10:40:00

Customs seize Rs. 112 million worth cigarettes

By Chaminie Nanayakkara



Sri Lanka Customs today recovered 4 million cigarettes valued 112 million concealed in a container in the container yard in Orugodawatha.

This is the largest ever haul of cigarettes seized by the Customs this year.

The container was brought down from Dubai, the customs officials told Ceylon Today Online.

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