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Australia Two charged after ice with street value of $1m found in mail packages

04:51  25 june  2020
04:51  25 june  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

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a plastic bag: Tasmania Police said the ice was allegedly concealed in mail packages. (Supplied: Tasmania Police) © Provided by ABC NEWS Tasmania Police said the ice was allegedly concealed in mail packages. (Supplied: Tasmania Police)

Ice with a street value of about $1 million has been seized by Tasmanian police.

Police said 1 kilogram of methylamphetamine was found allegedly concealed in mail packages by Southern Drug Investigation Services in cooperation with Australia Post.

Two people, a 25-year-old man and 32-year-old woman, were charged with trafficking in a controlled substance and will appear before the Hobart Magistrates Court today.

Police Commander Tony Cerritelli said the seizure took the drug "out of the hands of vulnerable Tasmanians".

"Tasmania Police is committed to preventing the importation and distribution of illicit substances in our state," he said.

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