The Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit seems to be on top of cocaine smuggling out of Guyana. Over the past few weeks its officers have been nabbing just about everybody who attempts to smuggle cocaine.
Such has been the efficiency that some people are questioning the passage of hairdresser, 26-year-old Shureen Giddings on November 9, last. This woman had 105 cocaine pellets in her stomach weighing some three pounds.
Yesterday, CANU ranks busted two St Lucian women, age 38 and 44, with just over two pounds of cocaine between them.
The women were transporting the cocaine in their vaginas. The women had already checked in at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport en route to their native St. Lucia.
A source close to the bust said that the women were fingered just after CANU arrested two men in Alpha Hotel, Ogle, East Coast Demerara, with a quantity of cocaine.
They are in police custody and should be appearing in court today.
One CANU official said that his organization has the inside track on cocaine smuggling in Guyana.
“Nothing moves without CANU knowing,” he said.
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