Yesterday South Australia Police seized 50kg of methylamphetamine, with a street value of approximately $25million.
Police acted on information received and stopped the semi-trailer in Port Wakefield. The semi-trailer was seized and returned to Adelaide. With assistance provided by Australian Border Force a consignment of animal feed contained on the semi-trailer was examined and led to the finding of the methylamphetamine.
The acting Officer in Charge of the Serious and Organised Crime Branch, Detective Chief Inspector Darren Fielke said the truck was mostly carrying bagged horse feed, but a number of buckets which were also part of the consignment contained the controlled drug which was secreted within the horse food.
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