Australian experts state they have caught the country’s biggest ever take of methamphetamine, an unlawful medication referred to locally as ice.

The medications, with an expected road estimation of A$1.2bn (£660m; $840m), were discovered covered up inside stereo speakers in a shipment at a Melbourne port.

The transfer had originated from Thailand, police said. No captures have been made.

Ice has been portrayed as the most widely recognized and harming unlawful medication in Australia.

Specialists said the 1.6 ton bust was equivalent to over 13% of all medications seized in the territory of Victoria a year ago.

It was recognized after the Australian Border Force (ABF) utilized a X-beam to uncover “inconsistencies” in the payload shipment following its landing from Bangkok.

Police said about 37kg of heroin was likewise found in vacuum-fixed sacks inside the speakers.

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The 1.6 ton reserve was discovered covered up inside speakers

ABF local leader Craig Palmer said it was “the biggest meth bust we’ve at any point found in this nation” and demonstrated the “shameless idea of those associated with this crime”.

The Australian Federal Police said the “slippery” medications would have crushed networks.

They have offered for open assistance to locate those capable.

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