A box containing 100 kilos of apparent methamphetamine was secured at the Guadalajara International Airport in Jalisco by elements of the Federal Police.
The Secretariat of Security and Citizen Protection (SSPC), reported that the officers of the corporation received a complaint that reported a box with unusual content in a parcel company of the airport, so they investigated.
The federal agents opened the shipment that came from Bogotá, Colombia, and detected four boxes inside that contained a green powder that was called ginger. However, when using a portable substance identifier in the contents of the boxes, he tested positive for methamphetamine.
To monitor the investigations and verify the weight and type of substance insured, the boxes, with a total weight of approximately 100 kilograms, were placed at the disposal of the Federal Public Ministry Agent in Guadalajara, Jalisco.