Discovery of Suspicious E-Liquid and E-Cigarette Tools in Vietnam

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Discovery of Suspicious E-Liquid and E-Cigarette Tools in Vietnam
Vietnam authorities have discovered 45 barrels of unidentified e-liquid and 363 unverified e-cigarette tools in a residence.

According to Vietnamese media reports on January 22, the police in Nansha County recently discovered that a household had been storing 45 barrels of e-liquid of unclear purpose (nearly 1000 liters) and 363 sets of e-cigarette tools with unverifiable origins.


Preliminary findings indicate that no illegal substances were detected in these plastic barrels and e-cigarette devices. Additionally, the market value of this batch of 363 e-cigarettes exceeds 36 million Vietnamese dong (1500 USD).


Currently, the incident is being further investigated and processed in accordance with legal regulations, with the South Sha County police authorities responsible for this task.


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