Brazilian Police Seize Large Quantity of E-cigarette Products

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Brazilian Police Seize Large Quantity of E-cigarette Products
According to recent reports from Brazilian media Globo, police recently seized 800 e-cigarette products in a raid in Belém.

Recently, according to a report by Brazilian media outlet Globo, the police have seized a large quantity of e-cigarette products, totaling 800 units, in an operation called "Smog" in the Umarizal district of Belem city. In addition, a woman was arrested on the spot on suspicion of being involved in this case.


In a groundbreaking operation, the police conducted a raid on a commercial building in the city. During the search, law enforcement discovered a stash of items known as "e-cigarettes" in a location suspected of illegal goods storage. According to the officials' investigation, these e-cigarettes have a substantial market value.


In this operation, a woman suspected of trafficking these illegal products was arrested by the police. Currently, the police are conducting further investigation on this woman to determine her specific role in this criminal activity. Regarding this large-scale seizure of e-cigarettes, the police stated that it is a strong blow to the illegal tobacco activities in the city.


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