The Bureau of Customs raided a warehouse in Lakandula Street, Tondo, Manila where they discovered smuggled smartphones, laptops and other high-end electronic gadgets worth millions.
According to a report by ABS-CBN’s Dennis Datu, the raid was conducted after the Bureau received an intelligence report that Kimstore, an online shop specializing in electronic gadgets, was engaged in suspicious importing practices.
Seized from the warehouse were boxes containing iPhones, MacBooks, and Samsung Galaxy tablets, music players, audio accessories, and cameras.
Kimstore, the electronics store in Manila, is owned by a Filipino-Chinese who resides in Binondo – who is in the business of selling smuggled items.
Only the hired personnel were seen in the warehouse – none of whom could produce the proper import documents.
The warehouse has since been closed off while authorities continue their investigation.
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