Two men are in police custody after they were arrested ferrying bhang worth millions of shillings in a Toyota Prado TX.
According to trusted sources, police got a tip-off from the public that the tinted vehicle was ferrying the banned substance and they had to intercept it along a busy highway. After searching the vehicle, police recovered rolls of bhang that were stashed in sacks and hidden in the car's boot.
Criminals mostly ferry banned substances like bhang and cocaine using high-end vehicles because most police officers rarely stop expensive cars on the road.
We understand that criminals have devised new methods of evading police traps by carrying out criminal activities using expensive cars, which are mostly hired.
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