Hundreds of Untraceable E-Cigarettes Found in Vietnamese Stores

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Hundreds of Untraceable E-Cigarettes Found in Vietnamese Stores
Vietnamese police discover hundreds of untraceable e-cigarette products sold in a supermarket chain through Facebook.

According to Vietnamese media outlet Baomoi, on November 7th, the Danang City Public Security Bureau discovered hundreds of e-cigarette products with unverifiable origins in three branches of a chain supermarket.

Hundreds of Untraceable E-Cigarettes Found in Vietnamese Stores
Seized products | Source: baomoi


According to reports, these products are primarily purchased through the social networking platform Facebook and subsequently sold in stores.


Currently, the Economic and Environmental Police Team of Wuxingshan District Public Security Bureau in Da Nang City has sealed and temporarily confiscated the relevant goods for further investigation and handling.


Previously, on November 3rd, the police in Da Nang conducted simultaneous inspections of five stores belonging to a chain store. They discovered and confiscated nearly 8,000 various types of e-cigarettes and accessories without invoices or documentation.


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