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World Police raid largest cocaine factory ever found in Netherlands

19:25  11 august  2020
19:25  11 august  2020 Source:   news.sky.com

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Police also discovered 120 tons "carrier material," which mainly consisted of clothing, during two other raids of warehouses in Apeldoorn and Elshout in central and The country has battled drug crime, particularly cocaine smuggling, mainly through the seaport of Rotterdam, the largest on the continent.

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Police have arrested 17 people after raiding what is thought to be the largest cocaine factory ever found in the Netherlands.

a truck is parked in the grass: The former horse riding school is 75 miles northeast of Amsterdam. Pic: Politie Landelijke Eenheid © Other The former horse riding school is 75 miles northeast of Amsterdam. Pic: Politie Landelijke Eenheid

About 100kg of crack cocaine and tens of thousands of litres of chemicals were discovered when detectives raided a former horse riding school.

Inside the laboratory, which lies 75 miles (120km) northeast of Amsterdam, they found sleeping quarters and recreational areas.

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More than one tonne of cocaine has been found by police searching a boat in the waters near Southampton.

a chair in a room: The site is thought to be the largest cocaine factory ever found in the Netherlands. Pic: Politie Landelijke Eenheid © Other The site is thought to be the largest cocaine factory ever found in the Netherlands. Pic: Politie Landelijke Eenheid

Chief Inspector Andre van Rijn said the laboratory was able to produce cocaine with a street value of €4.5m to €6m (£4m to £5.4m) every day.

He added: "This is the largest cocaine laboratory ever found in the Netherlands.

"Given the number of people who worked there, the installation, the size, the furnishings and the equipment, we estimate the production capacity at 150kg to 200kg of cocaine per day."

a close up of a sink: Tens of thousands of litres of chemicals were discovered by officers. Pic: Politie Landelijke Eenheid © Other Tens of thousands of litres of chemicals were discovered by officers. Pic: Politie Landelijke Eenheid

Police footage showed equipment and supplies including plastic barrels, vats of chemicals and a row of five red cement mixers, used to extract cocaine from products like clothing that are impregnated with the drug before being exported to the Netherlands.

Police raid largest cocaine factory ever found in Netherlands

  Police raid largest cocaine factory ever found in Netherlands Police have arrested 17 people after raiding what is thought to be the largest cocaine factory ever found in the Netherlands. © Other The former horse riding school is 75 miles northeast of Amsterdam. Pic: Politie Landelijke Eenheid About 100kg of crack cocaine and tens of thousands of litres of chemicals were discovered when detectives raided a former horse riding school.Inside the laboratory, which lies 75 miles (120km) northeast of Amsterdam, they found sleeping quarters and recreational areas.

28 raid were homeowners Dennis Tuttle, 59, and his 58-year-old wife, Rhogena Nicholas. Police recovered two shotguns and three rifles from the residence and seized marijuana and a white powder they believe to be either cocaine or the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl, Acevedo said at the time.

More than 250 police have raided 27 properties across north Wales and north west England to tackle the supply of cocaine across the region. North Wales Police said it had carried out its largest drugs operation in 20 years in coordinated strikes. It used warrants to target locations in Anglesey

a bedroom with a bed and desk in a room: Beds were found at the site. Pic: Politie Landelijke Eenheid © Other Beds were found at the site. Pic: Politie Landelijke Eenheid

Most of the suspects were arrested at the lab. Thirteen of those in custody are Colombians, three are Dutch, and one is Turkish.

They are due to appear before an investigating magistrate on Wednesday and Thursday.

Detectives are continuing their investigation.

a bedroom with a bed and desk in a room: Microwaves and worktops were also discovered. Pic: Politie Landelijke Eenheid © Other Microwaves and worktops were also discovered. Pic: Politie Landelijke Eenheid

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