We're not sure if the bad economy is making people desperate or people are just getting creative when it comes to committing crime, but they sure are come up with interesting ways to get their illegal work done.
From hiding drugs in 3-in-1 drink packets to using drug mules, those selling drugs often come up with all sorts of ways to move their supplies without being detected.“sample full pullqoute text”
The latest in the list of creative ways to smuggle drugs is using drones.
The Johor police are looking for a Singaporean man to assist with an investigation regarding a case of drugs smuggled using a drone.
Have you seen this man?
Mohd Azli Ahmad Said, 40, whose last address is in Singapore, is believed to have information on the case.
Known as 'Boy Setan', the man is has been identified as a drug dealer and is believed to be wanted in Singapore as well.
Bernama reported that the suspect often travels between Johor and Singapore, dealing drugs but he was not able to do so due to the Movement Control Order (MCO).
What is a criminal to do if not get creative? The proximity of the state to the neighbouring country makes flying a drone across the straits pretty easy so that's exactly what was done.
According to the report, two men were also arrested on Saturday for smuggling drugs to Singapore from Johor using drones.
Too bad for these criminals, our policemen are smarter than them.
If you've seen 'Boy Setan' or know anything about the case, you can call ASP Ahmad Syaari Ishak at 012-7001991, Johor IPK at 07-5524422 or go to your nearest police station.