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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Customs nabbed two Alappuzha natives who tried to smuggle two kilograms of gold at the Thiruvananthapuram International Airport.

The two of them arrived in the Jet Airways early morning on Saturday. They tried to smuggle the gold by hiding it within their luggage.

The two, believed to be members of a gold smuggling racket are being questioned by the Customs officers.

With the smuggling of gold from foreign countries, the Customs have intensified their screening of passengers.

The police have denied to divulge further details about the culprits as the investigation is ongoing.

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