Spanish brothers arrested for drug trafficking


TWO SPANISH men, aged 26 and 41, have been arrested in Malaga for trafficking 35 kilograms of marijuana.

The brothers, who were driving separate vans, were stopped by National Police in plainclothes after driving down a restricted road on an industrial estate in Guadalhorce.

Apparently, when officers approached the vans they detected an intense cannabis smell.

According to police, when they identified themselves as policemen, one of the drivers attempted to flee the scene.

Agents detained the traffickers, and brought the vehicles to the police station for further examination.

Once at the station, police, with the assistance of sniffer dogs, located drugs and €2,030 underneath the floorboards of the vehicle.

The courts have ordered the arrest and detention of the brothers in connection with a drug trafficking offence.

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