Airport Armed Police
Man held with Yaba pills in stomach at Dhaka airport
Airport Armed Police have detained a man who was carrying 4,675 Yaba pills in his stomach from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka. The detainee was identified as Masud Khan, 39, of Chandpur district. Also read: US national held with 59 gold bars at Dhaka airport Additional SP of Airport Armed Police (AAP) Mohammad Ziaul Haque said they detained Masud on suspicion in front of the domestic terminal around 11:50 pm on Sunday. During preliminary interrogation, Masud revealed that he had kept 4,675 Yaba pills in his stomach which were recovered later, he added. Also read: Foreign national detained with drugs at Dhaka airport A case was filed at the Airport police station under the Narcotics Control Act, the official said.
Three held with Tk 8cr-worth liquid gold at Dhaka airport
Airport Armed Police on Tuesday apprehended three men at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport and seized around 14kg liquid gold worth Tk 8 crore from their possession. The three have been identified as Md Riazul Hasan, 46, Mohammad Amin, 35, and Mokaram Khan, 33. Read:Man held with 52 gold bars at Dhaka airport Md Ziaul Haque, additional superintendent of AAP, a specialised police unit in charge of airport security, told UNB that the three were held on a tip-off. “Acting on the tip off, we intercepted the trio after they got off from a Turkish Airlines flight that landed at the airport from Dubai via Istanbul around 4.30am," he said. “The gold were liquified by a special process and kept in paste form,” the additional SP added.
Dhaka airport goes to the dogs, literally!
The Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport's security is in safe paws -- thanks to a pack of specially trained dogs that keeps a strict vigil on the country's busiest airport 24*7. These energetic dogs -- mostly German Sheprador, a cross between the German Shepherd and Labrador Retriever dog breeds -- help the Airport Armed Police (AAP), which handles the airport security, in detecting smuggled drugs, firearms and explosives. AAP set up its dog squad, called K-9, with just four dogs imported from the UK in 2017. The squad got more teeth with the entry of four imported dogs in 2018 and five more a year later. K9 is a homophone of 'canine', popularly used in English-speaking countries. Also read: No compromise over airport security: State Minister The primary duties of the K9 members include searching for drugs and explosives, finding crime scene evidence, and attacking people targeted by the police. The dogs are also trained to remember several verbal cues and hand gestures. "Eight members of the dog squad, part of the first two batches, have already been given special training to use their senses to detect explosives to keep the airport safe," AAP's Additional Superintendent (Operations and Media) Alamgir Hossain Shimul told UNB. Read Dhaka airport: Man held with 2,000-plus yaba tablets inside stomach
Dhaka airport: Man held with 2,000-plus yaba tablets inside stomach
Airport Armed Police (AAP) on Saturday arrested a man from Dhaka’s Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport for carrying 2,080 contraband yaba pills inside his stomach.
Phones, gold seized worth Tk2 crore at Shahjalal Airport
Airport Armed Police (AAP) detained five passengers and seized gold ornaments and bars of 2.675 kg and 92 mobile phones on Saturday.
Man held with gold bars at Dhaka airport
Members of Airport Armed Police on Monday detained a man along with 1.141 kilograms of gold from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport.
Passenger held with Yaba pills in stomach at Dhaka airport
Airport Armed Police (AAP) on Tuesday arrested a passenger along with 3,830 Yaba pills in his stomach at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport.