Cocaine worth an estimated $4.1 million was discovered by officers of the Western Division and Defence Force
personnel, during a Joint Army-Police Patrol exercise in the Carenage district on Wednesday night.
The exercise, spearheaded by Ag Snr Supt Mark, included officers of the Carenage Police Station and saw them going to a boatyard, where they observed three men who on seeing the officers, fled the scene.
A search of the area was made and resulted in officers finding 10.4 kilos of cocaine, wrapped in ten packets inside a black
suitcase. Investigations are ongoing.