A mother and two children were arrested in the Israeli-controlled part of Ghajar - an village on the Israel-Lebanon border - on suspicion of drug dealing and theft in a joint Israel Police and IDF operation on Monday morning.
The three were found in possession of four kilograms of heroin, seven kilograms of cocaine and 122 kilograms of hashish. They were also caught in possession of gold jewelry and several suspected stolen vehicles.
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