Yesterday South Australia Police and Australian Border Force seized 50kg of methylamphataime, with a street value of approximately $25million.
Police acted on information received and stopped the semi-trailer in Port Wakefield travelling between Western Australia and New South Wales.
Officer in Charge of the Drug and Organised Crime Task Force, Detective Chief Inspector Darren Fielke said the truck was mostly carrying horse feed, but two buckets of the controlled drug were also located.
“This is a very significant seizure of methylamphetamine. In terms of the quantity and value, it is one of the largest seizures in recent times,” Detective Chief Inspector Fielke said.
“Methylamphetamine causes major social problems in our community,…