Smuggler


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Smuggler

A person who secretly transports goods in violation of law or regulation. For example, a smuggler may transport drugs or other illegal goods. Alternately, one may smuggle legal goods by taking them to a prohibited area (such as a prison) or by not following applicable rules (such as not paying a tariff).
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The troopers of 105 Battalion BSF held the smuggler in a joint anti-smuggling operation with Punjab police's special task force (STF).
QUETTA -- Two suspected drug smugglers were killed while another sustained injuries on Monday in an exchange of firing between the Frontier Corps (FC) in Balochistan's Chagai district.
However, when our men got to Abule-Egba and wanted to make arrest, the smugglers had mobilised a mob around the overhead bridge to attack our men.
Road near Gondal Mandi spotted a drug smuggler and recovered one kg hashish.
The smuggler, who had no identity documents, said that he is Tunisian.
This time, the head of the smuggler group, an Afghan, wanted to meet me.
Security forces stormed the home of the smuggler, but he had fled before the forces arrived, neighbors told police.
Smuggling Iranian diesel fuel into Pakistan has become a huge business, so lucrative that some drug smugglers have shifted from opium to diesel.
The smuggler who agreed to meet me at the pier arrived once I got there and gave me a carton of Gold Leaf cigarettes, thanked me for bringing my boats as agreed to the Point Pedro pier.
When Ramos believed the man was about to shoot him, he fired and one of his bullets hit the fleeing smuggler in the buttocks.
Centre manager Susan Kent explained: "John was known as the Smuggler King.
Of course the smuggler did not forget what the footprints meant.