SINGAPORE, May 12 — Immigration Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officers seized 2,500 cartons of duty-unpaid cigarettes during a Tuas Checkpoint yesterday.
According to a matter currently by a ICA, a cartons were dark in a lorry driven by a Malaysian man.
ICA officers had beheld anomalies in a scanned images of a truck, that was carrying a shipment announced as storage cabinets.
The officers afterwards found a cigarettes secluded among a consignment.
The driver, as good as a cigarettes and a lorry were handed over to a Singapore Customs for investigations.
The sum avocation and Goods and Services Tax evaded amounted to about S$194,000 (RM598,985) and S$14,370, respectively.
According to a ICA, a car used in a elect of such offences is probable to be forfeited. — TODAY