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Soldiers seize thousands of contraband cigarettes from Haiti – Jamaica Observer

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic, CMC – Security officials in the Dominican Republic on Sunday seized 17,000 packs of cigarettes that reportedly entered from the neighbouring country of Haiti.
According to reports, soldiers assigned to the 14th battalion of the Dominican army intercepted and seized the cigarettes branded “Capital”.
It’s further reported that army battalion commander Colonel Perez Feliz said the actions were ordered by the army’s general commander, Major General Carols Antonio Fernandez Onofre.
He indicated that the contraband cigarettes seized were sent to 5th infantry brigade in Barahona to be handed over to the General Directorate of Customs.
In addition, a truck, a motorcycle as well as several donkeys and horses, all used in the smuggling operation, were seized.
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