A video clip documenting the moments of the raid and arrest of 3 drug dealers in Jeddah Governorate, western Saudi Arabia, sparked an interaction on social media in the Kingdom, which suffers from the problem of drug smuggling, especially Captagon pills.
And a video clip posted on the “Snap of the Interior” account on Twitter showed the moment of arresting 3 people of Pakistani nationality in Jeddah Governorate for promoting 7 kilograms of methamphetamine, the drug “Shabu”.
In the video, members of the General Directorate for Narcotics Control of the Saudi Ministry of Interior appeared, carrying automatic weapons, before storming an apartment.
The anti-narcotics men wore black masks to prevent their identity being revealed.
After the suspects were arrested, the raid personnel found a quantity of Shabu in a black suitcase.
Local media reported that the suspects had been arrested, that formal measures had been taken against them, and that they had been referred to the Public Prosecution.
It should be noted that a Saudi security man was killed a few days ago during a security raid on a “drug den” in Jeddah.
The “Sada” website stated that the chief sergeant of the security patrols, Muhammad bin Abdul Latif Al-Ajlan, died after being shot with bullets during a security raid on a “den of drug dealers” who hold the nationality of an African country.