2.4 kilograms of cocaine were found stuffed in baby formula cans that police found during a raid at a townhouse in Greenacre in Western Sydney.
Drug bust: baby formula cans stuffed with cocaine. Photo Credit: Photo News
Additionally, detective found loose cocaine in a bag as well as $US90,000 in cash.
Sydney police believe the bust is worth about $US750,000.
A 36 year old woman and her two children lived in the townhouse at the time of the raid. Police are still investigating if the mother of two has any involvement with the drugs.
A 36 year old man showed up at Bankstown police station on Monday, turning himself in voluntarily, saying he was responsible for the cocaine.
He’s been charged with ‘supply and possession of cocaine, and dealing with the proceeds of crime’.
He is scheduled to appear in Bankstown court on Tuesday.
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