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Australian Police Seize 660Kg of Hard Drugs in Sydney

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Australian Police Seize 660Kg of Hard Drugs in Sydney

Australian police have intercepted hundreds of kilograms of cocaine concealed in fruit products from Brazil.

More than 550 kilograms of cocaine, concealed in stacks of banana pulp and branded with koala pictures, was seized by federal police and border authorities in Sydney on Oct 16.

A separate drug investigation resulted in the seizure of 117 kilograms of methamphetamine destined for Australia.

Australian Federal Police are expected to give more information about the drug stings on Saturday.

Gus McCubbing in Sydney

 

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