In this file photo, ISF agents patrol Beirut’s Hamra Street. (The Daily Star/Stringer)
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The Internal Security Forces announced Tuesday the arrest of two suspects on charges of drug trafficking and attempted murder, as well as of an ISF officer who stands accused of having been an accomplice.His house was searched and a cache of cocaine was found hidden inside a first-aid kit along with a stolen ID card used by the suspect for traveling.During questioning, the two suspects admitted to having dealt drugs and said they had had the help of an Internal Security Forces officer – who had transported the first suspect within the Bekaa and the second suspect from the Bekaa to Fanar in the Metn district so as to avoid being caught at checkpoints.
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