Brazilian Police Raid Illegal Tobacco Shops and Arrest Two People

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Brazilian Police Raid Illegal Tobacco Shops and Arrest Two People
Two illegal tobacco stores selling fake alcohol and e-cigarettes in Brazil were shut down, resulting in two arrests.

According to a report from Diariodigital on November 29th, the police in Campogrande, Brazil, in collaboration with the Consumer Rights Protection Agency, have shut down two tobacco shops illegally selling e-cigarettes and counterfeit alcoholic beverages, and have arrested two individuals involved in the case.


During the operation, the police confiscated 650 counterfeit cigarettes, fake alcohol, and e-cigarette accessories.


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