Hundreds of kilos of methamphetamine valued at $ 30 million discovered in the shipment of TALLARINES

A joint investigation of the law enforcement agencies has discovered 300 kg of methamphetamine worth $ 30 million in Sydney

Two men were arrested and charged with a series of offenses after police confiscated 300 kg of methamphetamine with an estimated street value of $ 30 million.

The detectives launched an investigation into a suspicious air cargo that flew to Sydney in July.

ABF officials were able to locate a substance that tested positive for methamphetamine hidden in the shipment of Asian noodles and spices.

A joint investigation of the law enforcement agencies has discovered 300 kg of methamphetamine worth $ 30 million in Sydney

A joint investigation of the law enforcement agencies has discovered 300 kg of methamphetamine worth $ 30 million in Sydney

One kilogram of methamphetamine has an estimated street value of approximately $ 100,000

The methamphetamine will be further analyzed to determine the exact weight, purity and potential value of the street.

The AFP and NSWPF received part of the substance for the tests that led to the arrest of two Sydney men.

A 53-year-old man was arrested at his home in Bonnyrigg while he was with a 42-year-old man from Canley Vale.

The Australian Federal Police, the Australian Border Force, the New South Wales Police Force and the New South Wales Crime Commission and the Department of the Interior all participated in the joint investigation.

The Australian Federal Police, the Australian Border Force, the New South Wales Police Force and the New South Wales Crime Commission and the Department of the Interior all participated in the joint investigation.

The Australian Federal Police, the Australian Border Force, the New South Wales Police Force and the New South Wales Crime Commission and the Department of the Interior all participated in the joint investigation.

The men were accused of importing a commercial quantity of controlled drugs at the border and attempting to possess a commercial quantity of controlled drugs at the border.

The maximum fine for both charges is a life sentence, the men will appear before the Central Local Court in Sydney on Friday.

AFP's Director of Organized Crimes, acting commander Peter Bodel, said the arrests demonstrated the "capacity and responsiveness" shown by the joint investigation.

Law enforcement agencies began investigating a suspicious air cargo that flew to Sydney in July (stock image)

Law enforcement agencies began investigating a suspicious air cargo that flew to Sydney in July (stock image)

Law enforcement agencies began investigating a suspicious air cargo that flew to Sydney in July (stock image)

"This drug wreaks havoc on communities and affects all of Australia," he said.

"Stopping this importation has not only saved lives, it has damaged a union that will not receive the benefits of its illicit drug trafficking."

The ABF Investigation Commander, Graeme Grosse, said the attack showed that ABF had always been committed to stopping the flow of illicit drugs and drugs into the country.

LARGE DRUG CONVULSIONS IN AUSTRALIAN

December 2017: Application of the law seizes 1.2 tons of methamphetamine in Western Australia for a value of $ 1 trillion.

April 2017: Victorian police seizes 903 kg of methamphetamine worth $ 900 million in Melbourne.

July 2008: Queensland police confiscate a marijuana crop worth an estimated $ 500 million near Stanthorpe.

October 2010: AFP and Customs confiscated 464 kg of cocaine from a luxury yacht moored in Scarborough.

December 2006: NSW police seize 18 million ecstasy tablets for $ 540 million

August 2018: Queensland police seize 600 kg of cocaine worth $ 210 million

August 2018: Joint task force of the police confiscates 300 kg of methamphetamine worth $ 30 million in Sydney

Source: Maxim

"Through the sophisticated detection capabilities of the ABF and by working with our Internal Affairs colleagues and the state police, we have prevented these drugs from reaching the community," he said.

"Today's result should serve as a warning to anyone who tries to bring these illegal and harmful substances to Australia."

& # 39; This will not be tolerated by ABF and our partners & # 39;

The union behind the import will now be one of the main focuses of the investigation, since the joint investigation will now connect with foreign partners.

The largest seizure of methamphetamine in the history of Australia took place in 2017 when the police seized 1.2 tons worth an estimated $ 1 billion in the port city of Geraldton, in Western Australia.

The second largest drug seizure in Australian history also occurred in 2017 when Victoria police seized 903 kg of methamphetamine, The Australian reported.

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