Four youths, including a 12-year-old boy, accused of importing cannabis into Hong Kong

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The boy was among four Hong Kong youths arrested in raids across two flats earlier this week. Hong Kong teens are importing cannabis products at alarming rates Why is China mad at Canada and the U.S. for legalizing marijuana? In November, customs officials in Hong Kong sounded the alarm about teens importing cannabis and related products at alarming rates. A 12-year-old boy in Hong Kong has reportedly become the youngest-ever suspect detained by customers over drugs, according to the South China Morning Post. Hong Kong cafe works around cannabis laws to serve CBD snacks to the masses The two packages originated from the same sender.

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A 12-year-old boy in Hong Kong has reportedly become the youngest-ever suspect detained by customers over drugs, according to the South China Morning Post.

The boy was among four Hong Kong youths arrested in raids across two flats earlier this week. Police believe that the four were lured by drug traffickers into receiving the items for a financial reward.

The raids netted more than three kilograms of cannabis, with the parcels arriving from the United States.

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