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Buddhist monk held after millions of meth pills found in monastery
Monk in custody in Myanmar after police swoop following record haul of stimulant seizures last year
Myanmar is one of the world’s top narcotics-producing countries. Photograph: Apichart Weerawong/AP
AFP in Yangon
Monday 6 February 2017 11.09 EST Last modified on Monday 6 February 2017 12.54 EST
A Buddhist monk in Myanmar has been caught hiding more than 4m methamphetamine pills in his monastery, police said, following a record haul of stimulant seizures last year.
The monk, named Arsara, was put into custody after police said they discovered hundreds of thousands of tablets in his car as he was driving from Shwe Baho village in the town of Maungdaw in Rakhine state, bordering Bangladesh.
Local police chief Kyaw Mya Win told AFP they found 400,000 drug pills when they searched his vehicle on Sunday evening. They then went to the monk’s monastery and found another 4.2 million pills.
Myanmar is one of the world’s top narcotics-producing countries, manufacturing huge quantities of methamphetamines as well as opium and cannabis.
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