A 30-year-old security official and a 40-year-old financial specialist were captured throughout the end of the week after they were found possessing illegal medications.
The 30-year-old security official was captured at Toorak on Friday evening by a group of Police following a tip off.
In excess of 60 moves of dried leaves enveloped by aluminum foil and a reasonable plastic zip pack containing white substance accepted to be methamphetamine were found on the charged.
Police additionally looked through the man’s vehicle left close to his home with the help of the K9 unit and where two moves of dried leaves affirmed to be weed were likewise found.
The 30-year-old has been accused of two tallies of unlawful ownership of illegal medications and one check of giving bogus data.
He will show up at the Suva Magistrate Court today.
In the interim, the 40-year-old financial specialist is currently guardianship after he was looked and captured at an inn in Martintar, Nadi on Saturday evening.
He was supposedly found with two away from of dried leaves accepted to be pot just as an away from of white substances accepted to be methamphetamine.
The medication has been sent for examination as examinations proceed.
Fiji Police Force Chief Operations Abdul Khan is prompting the public that officials are additionally checking the development of medication merchants around all divisions and will keep on chasing those included.