CBSA finds suspected cocaine in cargo containers

Mississauga, Ontario – The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) announced a seizure of suspected cocaine at the Toronto Pearson International Airport.

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On June 13, 2017 border services officers, with the assistance of a CBSA detector dog, found nearly two kilograms of suspected cocaine while examining cargo containers.

The suspected cocaine was turned over to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

“In our efforts to protect Canadians and intercept illegal narcotics, CBSA officers are vigilant in examining goods entering Canada as cargo. This seizure shows how officers use various methods to detect contraband despite concealment efforts.” – Norm Sheridan, Acting Regional Director General, Greater Toronto Area Region, CBSA

On June 13, 2017 border services officers, with the assistance of a CBSA detector dog, found nearly two kilograms of suspected cocaine while examining cargo containers.
On June 13, 2017 border services officers, with the assistance of a CBSA detector dog, found nearly two kilograms of suspected cocaine while examining cargo containers.

Canada Border Services Agency


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