On Wednesday, the officers of the Criminal Intelligence Division of the Pagėgiai Border Team of the SBGS together with their colleagues from the Special Purpose Division on the highway Vilnius – Kaunas, near the village of Jakštoniai in the Kaišiadorys district, stopped a Volkswagen car.
A 59-year-old resident of Kaunas, who had neat identity documents, was driving a vehicle marked with Lithuanian registration numbers.
During the inspection, the border guards found boxes wrapped in polyethylene film in the trunk of the car.
They found 1,500 packets of Dakota American Blend cigarettes with Russian excise duty stamps and 520 packets of Fest cigarettes marked with Belarusian stamps.
In the Pagėgiai border team of the SBGS, administrative proceedings have been initiated in violation of the established procedure regarding the transportation of excisable goods.
This case will be heard in the Kaišiadorys Palace of the Kaunas District Court. Kaunas is facing a fine of 5,200 to 6,000 euros. The woman will also have to answer for disregarding the quarantine requirements – she moved from the municipality where she lives to another without the right to do so.
After the survey, Kaunas was released. The car and the cargo of cigarettes, a total of 2020 packets of smokers, are stored in the Rociškiai firewall of the Pagėgiai border team of the SBGS.
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