27 smuggled luxury motorbikes and cars intercepted in Jakarta

A shipment of luxury motorbikes and cars was seized in Jakarta on Apr 12, on board of ro-ro ship BAJAR FAHARI V, which arrived to Jakarta from Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. All those vehicles are believed to be smuggled to Indonesia from Malaysia in Kalimantan via land border. They’ve been hidden among other cargo, and most expensive cars, such as Porsche Turbo S, were found in trucks loaded with cardboard boxes. In total, 27 motorbikes and cars, with Malaysian plates, were seized, including 18 Harley Davidson, BMW and Honda motorbikes, and 9 Toyota, BMW, Nissan Terrano and Porsche cars. It wasn’t said whether those expensive vehicles were stolen, or legally bought, but smuggled into Indonesia without proper customs formalities.

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