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Canadians seize 43 kilos of cocaine from TT

News day / The cocaine was traced by the officers who seized the drugs in Toronto and Canadian and local authorities are working closely to trace the person or persons who sent the drugs to Canada. The container underwent a routine screening on May 5, according to a Canada Border Services Agency release. “Upon examining the container further, a false floor was discovered,” it said.

The drugs were turned over to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). “CBSA officers are always on the lookout for contraband,” CBSA acting regional director general Norm Sheridan said. “This seizure demonstrates our commitment to Canadians.” Yesterday, Assistant Commissioner of Police in charge of Crime Irwin Hackshaw said it was standard practice that when drugs are seized in a foreign country and traced to this country, a request is made for assistance through Interpol, and local authorities continue to assist in any investigation.

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