Canada seizes 170 kg cocaine in pallets used for transporting food from Guyana
Canada’s Border Services Agency has seized 170 kgs of cocaine hidden in wooden pallets used to transport food from Guyana.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation today said that the cocaine was seized in two separate drug busts at the Port of Saint John, New Brunswick.
It quoted the Canada Border Services Agency as saying that the drugs have an estimated street value of more than Cdn$21 million. It said that the shipping containers were destined for the Toronto area.