P800k-worth of suspected shabu seized in Sampaloc, Manila

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Over P800,000 worth of suspected shabu were seized from three alleged drug personalities in a sting operation in Sampaloc, Manila Tuesday night.

Three alleged drug personalities were arrested in a drug bust in Sampaloc, Manila that yielded over P800,000 worth of suspected shabu.

Elements of the Pandacan Police Station Drug Enforcement Unit conducted the drug bust at around 6 p.m.


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