They are looking for the owners of an industrial router that hid 170 kilos of methamphetamine

The Australian Border Force (ABF), in a joint operation with the Australian Federal Police (AFP, for its acronym in English), detected the arrival in the country of a large industrial router machine, known as a CNC machine for its ability to be controlled by a computer, with an illicit cargo inside: methamphetamine.

The contaminated machine AFP

The machine, large in size and weight, hid methamphetamine valued at 153 million dollars in a double fund Australians, weighing 170 kilos. She arrived in Australia from the United States, and local authorities have begun a search process to find her recipients, who at the moment have not been able to be identified.

The drug / AFP

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