The fiscal and police procedure was carried out in a supermarket, located in the Loma Pytã neighborhood of the city of Asunción. The seized goods were made available to Customs for the respective investigation.
Prosecutor Eugenio Ocampos, from the Specialized Anti-Smuggling Unit, led the trespassing to the mini supermarket Kamper’s II.
The operation was accompanied by police personnel from the Directorate against punishable economic and financial acts, SENAVE, representatives of the Customs Investigation Operational Coordination (COIA) and the Inter-institutional Unit to Combat Smuggling (UIC).
the entourage seized a number of products, for example, 7 boxes of Sunflower oil, 5 boxes of coffee, 3 boxes of Cañuelas oil, 21 bottles of Cañuelas oil, 6 boxes of oil, 14 boxes of Natura oil, 9 boxes of Óleo Mix oil and 12 boxes of Vicentín oil .
Likewise, seized about 9 bags of La Trinidad sugar, 14 bags of wheat flour, 10 bags of Cañuelas wheat flour, 2 boxes of Plusbelle toilet soap, 3 boxes of liquid soap, 17 boxes of green locote, approximately 30 kg of beef, 21 bottles of red wine, 10 boxes of cabbage, 100 bags of potatoes, and 49 bags of onions.
Finally, the report states that the search warrant was signed by the Criminal Judge of Guarantees, Cinthia Lovera. The seizure of food products generated an estimated loss of 300 million.