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Australia Meth worth millions hidden in digger

04:20  21 october  2021
04:20  21 october  2021 Source:   aap.com.au

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… … Australian Associated Press. Meth worth millions hidden in digger . Read full article. 20 October 2021, 7:31 pm. More than a quarter of a ton of methamphetamine has been found hidden inside an excavator sent from Hong Kong to Australia. The 295kg of illicit drug has an estimated street value of 4 million , authorities say. Footage of the discovery shows the drugs packed inside a component of the machinery.

More than a quarter of a ton of methamphetamine has been found hidden inside an excavator sent from Hong Kong to Australia. The 295kg of illicit drug has an estimated street value of 4 million , authorities say. Footage of the discovery shows the drugs packed inside a component of the machinery. Three men have been charged after the drug was intercepted in Sydney. Senior officers from the Australian Federal Police and Australian Border Force are due to provide more details about the drug haul on Thursday morning. Australian Associated Press.

Three men have been charged after authorities found more than a quarter of a tonne of methamphetamine hidden inside an excavator sent from Hong Kong to Australia.

Australian Border Force officers helped uncover 295kg of methamphetamine hidden in a digger. © PR HANDOUT IMAGE PHOTO Australian Border Force officers helped uncover 295kg of methamphetamine hidden in a digger.

The 295kg illicit drug haul has an estimated street value of $184 million, authorities say.

Police raided four properties around Sydney on Tuesday and three men are facing possible life sentences after being charged over their alleged role in the importation.

The first of the trio, a 30-year-old Rydalmere man, will face court again next month.

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More than a quarter of a ton of methamphetamine has been found hidden inside an excavator sent from Hong Kong to Australia. The 295kg of illicit drug has an estimated street value of 4 million , authorities say. Footage of the discovery shows the drugs packed inside a component of the machinery. Three men have been charged after the drug was intercepted in Sydney. Senior officers from the Australian Federal Police and Australian Border Force are due to provide more details about the drug haul on Thursday morning. Australian Associated Press.

More than a quarter of a ton of methamphetamine has been found hidden inside an excavator sent from Hong Kong to Australia. The 295kg of illicit drug has an estimated street value of 4 million , authorities say. Footage of the discovery shows the drugs packed inside a component of the machinery. Three men have been charged after the drug was intercepted in Sydney. Senior officers from the Australian Federal Police and Australian Border Force are due to provide more details about the drug haul on Thursday morning. Australian Associated Press.

His co-accused, a 25-year-old Merrylands man and a 26-year-old Prospect man, will face court in December.

Australian Border Force officers x-rayed the excavator when it arrived in July and detected "anomalies", Superintendent Graeme Campbell said.

Drug detection dogs also showed interest in the shipment and a further examination found metal boxes inside layers of concrete, steel and lead.

"It was a really clever concealment," Supt Campbell said on Thursday.

However, he reminded would-be importers the ABF and its partner agencies "can find these goods no matter how clever and imaginative these criminals are".

The drugs were removed and the excavator was delivered to its Penrith destination before being moved to Arndell Park two weeks later, where two men allegedly spent several days attempting to extract the drugs to no avail.

Australian Federal Police acting superintendent Luke Wilson said international groups were targeting Australia because the demand and prices for drugs were so high, with no sign of that changing anytime soon.

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