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Bureau of Customs In Port of Cebu Seized Smuggled Rice

SMUGGLED RICE – The Bureau of Customs (BOC) Port of Cebu recently seized smuggled rice which is worth more than half a million pesos.

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This came from a post from the official Facebook page of ABS-CBN News.

According to the post, the BOC Port of Cebu confiscated that the 495 cases of rice from Myanmar.

The said rice is said to have worth more than half a million pesos.

You can check out the said post on Facebook right here.

The post gained at about 1.2K reactions, mostly likes; and 96 shares. Here are the following comments:

“So sana abs-cbn, pag magbalita kayo ng smuggled items especially mga big time, ay may follow up news kayo kung saan nadispose ang mga yaon! Hindi puro balita lng at walang follow”

Liz Tagle on Facebook

“Ano pang hinihintay ninyo mga taga custom baka hayaan ninyong mabulok Yan ipamahagi na Sa nangangailangan,huwag ninyo sabihing mga kamag Anak NYO Lang ang makinabang nyan”

Wong Fei Hung on Facebook

“I -donate na sa mga frontliners. HUWAG niyo itago para ebidensya kuno. Document it properly and to use it as evidence then give it to the frontliners.”

Mo Chan Chen on Facebook

Earlier, the BOC also seized smuggled firecrackers worth P5 million in Port of Manila.

VISIT: Smuggled Firecrackers Worth P5 Million Seized By BOC-Port Of Manila

The said illegal firecrackers were found in a 40-foot container that was consigned to Wealth Lotus Empire Corporation and were declared as “plastic bins”.

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