Police in Costa Rica have made the greatest seizure of illicit medications in the nation’s history – discovering in excess of five tons of cocaine in a transportation compartment.
The medications were covered up in a transfer of blossoms set out toward the Netherlands, AFP news organization cited Interior Minister Michael Soto Rojas as saying.
A suspect has been captured.
Focal America is one of the primary courses for cartels moving medications from South America to the US and Europe.
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At the point when the specialists looked through a suspicious delivery holder on Saturday, they found 202 bags containing an aggregate of 5,048 bundles of cocaine weighing around 1 kg (2.2 lbs) every, AFP reports.
The captured suspect is a 46-year-old Costa Rican.