8 November 2018 12:44
More than 80 perfumes of well-known brands were seized at the Kelebi Pass with Hungary, estimated at 2,000 euros
More than 80 perfumes of well-known brands, estimated at 2,000 euros, were seized at the Kelebi Pass with Hungary, the customs administration said.
Customs officers and police seized goods on November 7 in a pile of a car sub-record damaged by the Octavia, which was stopped and tested at a gas station about two kilometers from the border crossing.
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The driver, automobile, and detained perfume in another jurisdiction were taken over by the Department of Economic Crime Prevention at the Subotica Police Department, which, unofficially, will file a criminal complaint in due process.