Two men arrested on suspicion of MDMA smuggling from the UK Use software that disappears history September 16 20:42
Two 20-year-old men were arrested by the Kanagawa Prefectural Police for smuggling 28 tablets of the synthetic drug MDMA from the United Kingdom by international mail through an overseas site.
The two people connected to the site by using special browsing software that erases the access history, and ordered using encryption.
Two people were arrested, including Junnosuke Kawaguchi (20), who lives in Nerima Ward, Tokyo.
According to police, Kawaguchi and his colleagues are suspected of violating the Narcotics Control Law last December for smuggling 28 MDMA tablets from the United Kingdom by international mail through an overseas site.
A suspicious envelope was found at a customs branch office in Kawasaki City, which handles international mail, and a subsequent investigation revealed that the two were suspected of being involved in smuggling.
According to the investigation, the two people accessed overseas sites by using special browsing software that erases the access history, and used encryption when ordering.
Kawaguchi is silent in response to the investigation.
Police are increasing caution, saying that drug smuggling via the Internet is increasing, especially among the younger generation.