Through an investigation launched by the RCMP, officers from the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit have arrested two suspects who were allegedly importing cocaine.
According to a statement from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the cocaine was discovered hidden in a container carrying a shipment of furniture at the Port of Montreal.
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Nearly 100 kilograms of cocaine was hidden, according to the statement, and a preliminary investigation suggests the drugs originated from Mexico.
“This significant quantity of drugs was intercepted before it could reach our communities,” reads the release.
The RCMP said the two men could soon be facing criminal charges.
As the full investigation is still underway, the RCMP is asking the public to share any information that could assist with any further developments in the case.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police can be reached at their communications office at 514-939-8308.