Three men were arrested and charged with drug offences in Sydney on Tuesday
More than 600 kgs of ice and cocaine was seized in international operation
The ice was seized in Panama and was the country’s largest ever seizure
The cocaine was headed to Australia from South America when it was found
Search warrants also revealed $500,000 in cash, ice and mobile phones
Three men have been charged in Sydney after 313 kilograms of ice and 300 kilograms of cocaine intended for Australia was intercepted in South America.
The men were arrested and charged with various offences in Sydney on Tuesday and are due to face court on Wednesday, NSW police say.
Their arrests come after an international operation was launched last year to investigate the activities of a Sydney-based, transnational, organised crime syndicate.
Images of suspects arrested.
images of victims or suspect of the ice and cocaine worth $250MILLION
The ice was seized in Panama on October 26 – the country’s largest ever seizure of methamphetamine.
Further investigation uncovered a separate plan to import cocaine from South America to Australia.
Pictures released by the police show the haul of drugs seized as part of the operation.
In other images men are seen being bundled into the back of a police van, while police dressed in riot gear hold dogs.
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