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Drug cartel busted

An international drug cartel unsuccessfully tried to use drones to outfox authorities who found more than $30 million worth of cocaine and $580,000 cash seized…

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Drugs concealed with charcoal

Four men have been arrested in Sydney and Melbourne for allegedly importing approximately 254kg of cocaine and 104kg of methyl-amphetamine into Australia. Combined, the drugs…

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Ephedrine hidden in plates

Australian Border Force (ABF) investigators have charged a 30-year-old Strathfield man with importing 11kg of ephedrine concealed in plastic plates. On 9 June 2016, ABF…

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Meth found in steel rollers

A joint Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Australian Border Force (ABF) operation has resulted in two Taiwanese nationals and a Brisbane man being charged with…

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Caught before the horse bolted

Eleven kilograms of methamphetamine have been discovered in horse statues that were bound for a Melbourne address. Four men have been arrested and subsequently charged…

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Cocaine disguised as wood

  Forty pallets from Colombia have been seized in the Spanish port of Valencia and 12 people arrested. The drugs arrived on a Colombian ship…

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Latest ABF seizures

Officers from the Australian Border Force (ABF) have been kept busy recently with a number of record seizures. Here’s a summary of four latest arrests…

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Hashish intercepted in Montreal

The Canadian Border Security Agency (CBSA) have uncovered 344kgs of hashish in an air cargo shipment from Lahore, Pakistan.  The contraband cargo was intercepted at…

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International Mail drug seizure

Two men have been arrested in Sydney after they (allegedly) attempted to import four kilograms of methamphetamine into Australia via International Mail. The 46 year-old…

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100kg of meth seized from shipping container

This article has been taken directly from here. All credit given. The Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS) have…

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