About 3,500 kilos of hashish appear floating on two beaches in Menorca

Just a few days after Customs Surveillance thwarted the largest discharge of hashish in recent years, in this case in Ibiza, and the appearance of numerous bales of drugs from Morocco on the beaches of Mallorca, last weekend the spotlight shifted to Menorca, specifically, to the coves of Son Saura and Son Bou, where up to 59 bales weighing approximately 3,500 kilos have been located.

The agents of the National Police and Civil Guard They have taken charge of them while calling on the population who may find drugs on the coasts to hand them over to the authorities immediately. The evidence of recent times indicates that The Balearic Islands have become a preferred stopover for hashish shipments by sea with a probable destination in the archipelago itself, but also in France and Italy, thus avoiding touching the guarded land routes of Spain, where most of the shipments arriving from North Africa are disembarked.

The main finding Ministry of Interior

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