Drones Used in Attempt to Smuggle Phones into Greek Prison

February 3, 2020

TRIKALA, Greece – Guards at Trikala prison successfully intercepted an attempt to smuggle two packages containing mobile phones and related paraphernalia into Trikala prison using drones, Athens-Macedonian News Agency (ANA) sources revealed on Sunday.

The unknown perpetrators attempted to fly the drones over the prison and drop the packages on Saturday night but they were immediately discovered by prison staff. The packages contained phones, sim cards and chargers. Prison staff subsequently also conducted a search in the prison cells, the sources said, leading to the arrest of three inmates.


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