Agents from the Texas Department of Public Safety reported that criminals are using fake FedEx vans to smuggle migrants.
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A binational human smuggling network was caught transporting migrants, who had crossed the U.S-Mexico border, using fake FedEx vans.
Agents from the Texas Department of Public Safety followed what looked like a FedEx van spotted near the border in El Paso, Texas on June 9. After they stopped the vehicle, officers found 12 migrants crammed inside. On the same day at a different location, authorities located another van falsely designed to look like it was delivering for FedEx. It was carrying another group of 14 migrants, according to a press release by Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
Most of the migrants found were from Guatemala and Mexico, CBP said. Four men—two U.S. citizens and two Mexican nationals—were arrested on human smuggling charges, according to authorities.
The vans were painted white with the company’s logos plastered all over them, and looked exactly like real FedEx delivery trucks. The drivers were using FedEx’s black and purple uniforms, according to authorities.
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