Brazilian Federal Revenue Agency Seizes Smuggled Goods at Border

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Brazilian Federal Revenue Agency Seizes Smuggled Goods at Border
A woman carrying smuggled goods worth 58,500 reais was arrested at the Brazil-Paraguay border, along with two children.

Recently, according to h2foz reports, the Brazilian Federal Revenue Bureau (RFB) seized smuggled goods worth 58,500 Brazilian Reais, including mobile phones and e-cigarettes, at the Friendship International Bridge on the border with Paraguay.


A female driver involved in smuggling was found with two children in the car, one of whom was disabled. The woman attempted to resist inspection, claiming an urgent need to take the children to the hospital. However, during the search, a significant amount of smuggled goods was discovered. The contraband was seized, and the woman was immediately arrested.


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