Bags of cocaine seized by the ISF. (The Daily Star/File/HO)
BEIRUT: Lebanese Internal Security Forces arrested a drug dealer and two of his clients Thursday, in Ramlet al-Baida after a Beirut police unit caught the perpetrators red handed.
According to a statement released by the ISF, “intensive follow up and monitoring” allowed a local police unit to arrest the 33-year-old drug dealer, who had in his possession twenty envelopes stuffed with cocaine, heroin and narcotic pills.
The dealer and two clients, aged 25 and 22, were referred to the Central Narcotics Bureau for investigation.
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