120 kg drugs found at Pyrmont “safe house”

120 kg drugs found at Pyrmont "safe house"

120 kg drugs found at Pyrmont “safe house”

Police have seized about 120 kg of drugs which they found at a “safe house” in Pyrmont. All the items that police seized will go through forensic testing. The estimated rate of total drugs is worth $42 million in street value.

Detective Superintendent Peter Faux said police will continue to catch illegal drug suppliers. He said that they are capable of working with agencies like the New South Wales Crime Commission. And they can actively pursue anyone involved in putting drugs on our streets.

New South Wales (NSW) Police arrested two men after raiding a Sydney home and finding a massive stock of multiple drugs stashed in different suitcases.

120 kg drugs found at Pyrmont “safe house”

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Two men aged 24 and 31 have been charged with three counts of supplying banned drugs of a large commercial quantity. Police found three different types of drugs including 61kg of cocaine blocks, 29 kg of ketamine, and 27kg of MAMA pills. They found the drugs stored in seven different suitcases.

NSW Police Strike Force Mactier invaded Pyrmont at 10:10 a.m. yesterday. They conducted a search warrant on a “drug-safe house” packed with illegal substances.

Law enforcement agencies refused the bail of arrested men. Parramatta local court will hear today this matter of both men who have illegal drugs in their custody.

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