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Australia Two men charged over 33 kilo meth bust at East Perth train station

08:33  06 august  2018
08:33  06 august  2018 Source:   watoday.com.au

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Police have charged two eastern states men after seizing 33 kilograms of methamphetamine at East Perth Train Station on the weekend. Both men are due to appear in Perth Magistrates Court on Friday. Two men charged in meth bust at Patten Towers - WRCBtv.com - www.wrcbtv.com.

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Detective Superintendent Kim Massam with the seized drugs.© Phil Hickey Detective Superintendent Kim Massam with the seized drugs.

Police have charged two eastern states men after seizing 33 kilograms of methamphetamine at East Perth Train Station on the weekend.

Police will allege the drugs were being carried in the men's luggage after they had travelled to Perth on the Indian Pacific Train.

They were arrested as they departed the East Perth station.

The men, aged 25 and 27, are from New South Wales and Victoria.

The Indian Pacific train.© AAP Image/GSR The Indian Pacific train. They were arrested as part of a joint operation between the WA Police 'Meth Enforcement Taskforce' and the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission.

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TWO men are accused of trying to smuggle $ 33 million worth of methamphetamine into WA on a train from Sydney. Police swooped on the men, from NSW and Victoria, as they arrived at the East Perth train station on the Indian Pacific Train on Saturday afternoon. They allegedly found 33 kg of meth in

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The 25-year-old man from New South Wales has been charged with possessing a trafficable quantity of methamphetamine with intent to sell or supply and give false personal details to police.

The 27-year-old Victorian has also been charged with possessing a trafficable quantity of methamphetamine with intent to sell or supply and fail to comply with a request to give police personal details.

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Police have charged two eastern states men after seizing 33 kilograms of methamphetamine at East Perth Train Station on the weekend. Police will allege the drugs were being carried in the men 's luggage after they had travelled to Perth on the Indian Pacific Train .They were arrested as they

TWO men are accused of trying to smuggle $ 33 million worth of methamphetamine into WA on a train from Sydney. Police swooped on the men, from NSW and Victoria, as they arrived at the East Perth train station on the Indian Pacific Train on Saturday afternoon. They allegedly found 33 kg of meth in

Detective Superintendent Kim Massam from the Serious and Organised Crime Division said the seized drugs were worth $33 million and represented the removal of about 330,000 hits of meth from the streets.

Detective Superintendent Massam had a message for the drug dealers behind such massive seizures at a press conference on Monday.

"Families are hurt by methamphetamine on a daily basis, enough is enough, we send a message to the drugs dealers in Australia that we are absolute in our resolve to catch you, to take this gear off you and to put you in jail," he said.

"We are continuing the fight.

"The hideous drug methamphetamine continues to be a scourge in our society.

"Three hundred and thirty thousand hits represents the potential saving across government, in health, mental health, police call-outs and just community harm."

Detective Superintendent Massam said the seizure would have a significant impact on organised crime networks Australia wide.

"The movement of 33 kilos into our state is a significant dent into the drug market and we continually thrive and work to ensure...our community is safe," he said.

Both of the charged men appeared in the Perth Magistrates Court on Sunday.

They will reappear in court on August 22.

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