About 60,000 illegal cigarettes were taken off the streets of Glasgow when authorities were called in to help.
Consumer protection dog Bo has been thanked for his efforts in recovering goods from four stores in the city.
The contraband was discovered after an operation by Glasgow City Council’s trading standards officers. Police Scotland Help also provided.
Officers of our Trading Standards team, with their cooperation. ol Police Scotland And through the smell, the consumer protection dog uncovered about 60,000 illegal cigarettes and large quantities of hand-held tobacco from four shops in the city. ۔
Way to smell, hopefully it wasn’t too much one day pic.twitter.com/lr2Wi0IlMp.
– Glasgow City Council (lasGlasgowCC) September 3, 2021.
Tweeting about the search, local authority owners shared a photo from the city’s Farhel, thanking Bo for the help.
He wrote: “Officers from our Trading Standards team, through Police Scotland and Boo, seized a large quantity of approximately 60,000 illegal cigarettes and hand-held tobacco from four shops in the city. Veiled
“The way it smells