HK$2.25 million in liquid cocaine labelled ‘health food’ latest Hong Kong airport drug bust; two men arrested – S. China Post

Hong Kong customs officers have arrested two men and seized HK$2.25 million (US$190,000) worth of suspected liquid cocaine disguised as health food products and airmailed to the city from South America.The 1.7kg haul was discovered when customs officers examined a parcel arriving from Suriname at the Kwai Chung Speedpost Operation Centre last Wednesday.The parcel was declared as foodstuff and the batch of suspected liquid cocaine was found concealed inside five bottles, according to the Customs…

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