A service dog of Ukraine's State Border Guard discovered a load of cocaine in the suitcase. The incident occurred at Boryspil airport, as the suitcase underwent a security check on its way from Warsaw to Tel Aviv. Oleg Slobodyan, the assistant head of Ukraine's State Border Guard posted that on Facebook. The press service of the authority also reported the incident on Wednesday.
'The service dog raised alarm when one of the bags passed by. During the detailed check of the suitcase, the workers found a hidden section with five wraps with a white, cocaine-like substance inside. The overall weight made 5.4 kilograms. The powder was sent for an expertise', he wrote.
Earlier this month, law enforcers arrested an officer of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) on suspicion of drug possession. Ukrainian Truth agency reported this with the reference to the Kyiv police press service. “At night, the police officers of Pechersk district have detained a man who had a substance looking like drugs. He also had the identification documents of the NABU employee,” Yana Nerush, the deputy head of the communication department of Kyiv police said.