300 kg of drugs worth $ 100 million are left on the ice on a wharf in Sydney

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Incredible ice runoff sees 300kg of $ 100 million worth of drugs LEFT on Sydney wharf hidden in electric barbecue grills imported from Thailand

  • Ice was found in electric barbecue grills and water heaters imported from Thailand
  • Australian Border Force officials found the trek in Port Botany on May 4
  • It contained 316 kg of methylamphetamine, an estimated street value of $ 94.5 million

Nearly $ 100 million in illegal drug ice has been hidden in electric barbecue grills and water heaters imported from Thailand.

Australian Border Force found the pull in a shipment that arrived by sea freight in Port Botany from Thailand on May 4.

NSW police said it was in 62 large cardboard boxes labeled food items and electric grills – with images of small barbecues filled with white crystals.

NSW police said it was discovered in 62 large cardboard boxes with food labels and electric barbecue grills

The shipment reportedly contained 316 kg of methylamphetamine, with an estimated potential street value of $ 94.5 million

The shipment reportedly contained 316 kg of methylamphetamine, with an estimated potential street value of $ 94.5 million

During a subsequent deconstruction, the shipment was found to contain approximately 316 kg of a crystallized substance, which was then tested

During a subsequent deconstruction, the shipment was found to contain approximately 316 kg of a crystallized substance, which was then tested

The shipment was investigated by ABF officers, who found inconsistencies.

During a deconstruction, the shipment was found to contain approximately 316 kg of crystallized substance, which was then tested.

The haul reportedly contained 316 kg of methylamphetamine, with an estimated potential street value of $ 94.5 million.

“ Sometimes a cartel gets nervous about a shipment and just leaves it, ” said a law enforcement source The Daily Telegraph.

Other times, the crooks who have to collect it are arrested for something else and cannot say anything about the shipment. They can get cold feet for a variety of reasons. ‘

“You would expect someone in Sydney expecting such a large shipment to be quite upset if it doesn’t show up,” he said.

Strike Force Kansa has been formed, and as joint investigations continue, police are urging anyone with information about the import to come forward.

Police hope that anyone with any information about the drugs will contact them.

Anyone with information that can assist investigators is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800333000.

Strike Force Kansa is established and as joint investigations continue, police are urging anyone with information about the import to come forward

Strike Force Kansa is established and as joint investigations continue, police are urging anyone with information about the import to come forward

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