Class A drugs discovered hidden among onions and tomatoes at Lincolnshire port

Class A drugs with a potential street value of £27m have been found hidden inside a lorry carrying vegetables at a port in the east of England.

About 400kg of cocaine and heroin were discovered hidden among a load of onions and tomatoes at Killingholme port in north Lincolnshire in an operation led by the National Crime Agency.

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