Operatives of the Task Force Aguila (TFA) intercepted some P1 million worth of plastic scrap materials as it was about to exit this free port through the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) gate the other day.
Arnel Maguillo of TFA said they received information that a white wing van truck was about to leave the free port without proper bring out documents.
When intercepted, TFA operatives found an estimated 10 tons of plastic scrap materials inside the container and the truck was brought to the task force office for documentation.
One Jeolyn Salmoro arrived at the TFA office and claimed that she owns the intercepted materials. But she failed to show appropriate documents for the seized materials.
The TFA found out that Salmoro had no accreditation from the Clark Development Corp.
Earlier, TFA operatives also intercepted a white Mitsubishi L300 FB van containing assorted law materials for metal frames from La Forge Designs, Inc.
The driver of the van, according to TFA, “appeared to be a subcontractor of La Forge.”
The items were brought to TFA Headquarters for inventory and temporary impoundment.