Published: 2014-01-16 11:36:01 Author: Source: New Fastweb Views: comment:

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The local police said that an Auckland grandmother found hidden drugs worth 5 yuan in her suitcase, and it has been 4 years since she last visited Australia to use the suitcase.

When Gillian Rodgers, 74, was packing for the Blenheim area last Saturday, he found a cigarette box-sized package inside the suitcase with white powder inside.

She took the luggage to the local police station, and the police found that these items were 55 grams of amphetamine.

The old woman said that the last time she used this suitcase was 4 years ago, when she went to Australia for a one-month boat trip, and then flew back to her hometown from Sydney by plane. She said that this pocket where drugs were found is the only one that will not be locked. She was shocked when she discovered that she was being used as a "drug transporter".

She said: "I want to know if anyone will come to retrieve it. I think they must want to get the drugs back. I was thinking that they might also follow me. I might have been selected at the airport."

A New Zealand Customs spokesperson said the drugs may have been secretly hidden by Ms. Rogers since she used her luggage last time. Every year, New Zealand Customs releases 1000 million passengers.

"We are very confident in the detection system and New Zealand's border protection work is relatively complete." The police are currently investigating how these drugs were placed in the luggage.

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The local police said that an Auckland grandmother found hidden drugs worth 5 yuan in her suitcase, and it has been 4 years since she last visited Australia to use the suitcase.

When Gillian Rodgers, 74, was packing for the Blenheim area last Saturday, he found a cigarette box-sized package inside the suitcase with white powder inside.

She took the luggage to the local police station, and the police found that these items were 55 grams of amphetamine.

The old woman said that the last time she used this suitcase was 4 years ago, when she went to Australia for a one-month boat trip, and then flew back to her hometown from Sydney by plane. She said that this pocket where drugs were found is the only one that will not be locked. She was shocked when she discovered that she was being used as a "drug transporter".

She said: "I want to know if anyone will come to retrieve it. I think they must want to get the drugs back. I was thinking that they might also follow me. I might have been selected at the airport."

A New Zealand Customs spokesperson said the drugs may have been secretly hidden by Ms. Rogers since she used her luggage last time. Every year, New Zealand Customs releases 1000 million passengers.

"We are very confident in the detection system and New Zealand's border protection work is relatively complete." The police are currently investigating how these drugs were placed in the luggage.