By Mikey Mathieson • 22 October 2020 • 20:02
14 million pounds worth of cannabis washed up on Spain’s coastline after a speed-boat ran aground during Storm Barbara.
Almost 90 bales of Cannabis resin was found washed up on Isla Canela Beach on Spain’s south-west border.
The drugs were discovered on Wednesday, October 21 after Storm Barbara battered the coast causing huge amounts of damage to villages and ports.
A representative for Ayamonte town hall said, “‘Local police have intercepted three tons of cannabis resin on Isla Canela beach, The number of bales they recovered totals 86”
“Civil Guard detectives are investigating. A narco boat with four engines has also been recovered.
‘We’d like to congratulate the officers for their work.”
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