Truckload of Sonokeling logs seized in Beringin

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January 22, 2020 - Lampung, Indonesia

Police seized a truckload of Sonokeling (aka East Indian Rosewood) logs during transit through the village of Beringin on Wednesday, January 1. The timber is suspected of originating from Tanjung Raja. The driver of the truck was unable to present documentation for the timber.

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