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The National Crime Agency arrest man with 57kg of cocaine. The Class A drugs had a street value £4.5 million.

The Defendant was under observations by the NCA before suspecting he was being followed and attempted to run from the police before being caught.

The vehicle that contained 57kgs of 70% purity cocaine had been fitted out with a secret hydraulic system that operated false flooring in the rear.

The drugs and a wholesale value of £4.5 million.  

Ben Hargreaves was instructed by Paul Robinson, Goldkorns Solicitors.

Coverage: Evening Standard


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