Mexican authorities have discovered another tunnel that they suspect was used to transfer drugs
The Arizona Republic reported on Friday about the tunnel near Nogales, Sonora, across from Nogales, Ariz. Mexican Federal Police posted a video of the tunnel earlier this week.
#Nogales #Sonora. Como parte de nuestro servicio para brindar seguridad en la zona fronteriza, policías federales detectaron un túnel de casi 10 metros de longitud, presumiblemente usado para cometer ilícitos. Tu reporte es seguro y confidencial llama 088 o usa #PFMovil. pic.twitter.com/uenMTmZ6H5— Policía Federal Mx (@PoliciaFedMx) January 9, 2019
#Nogales #Sonora. As part of our service to provide security in the border area, federal police detected a tunnel almost 10 meters long, presumably used to commit illicit. Your report is safe and confidential, call 088 or USA #PFMovil.Translation
The police said in the video that the tunnel was about 32 feet long, but didn’t provide any other information beyond that.
It is the third tunnel to be found in a month amid the partial government shutdown and debate over the President’s proposal to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
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