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    Four charged over $12 million ice bust in Sydney

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    Originally published on November 14, 2013

    Four people were arrested after a drug bust in Sydney, Australia on Wednesday (November 13). Ten kilograms of methylamphetamine, also known as "ice", with an estimated value of AU$12 million were seized.

    It was reported by the local media that the drugs were found hidden inside a TV set and stored in the back of a white van after heavily armed police raided the Kogarah Golf Club car park at Arncliffe in the afternoon. Two men and a woman were arrested at the scene. A luxury vehicle was also seized in the operation.

    A fourth man was arrested after police raided two brothels and addresses at Liverpool, Campsie, Carlingford, Hurstville and Chipping Norton.

    All four suspects are charged with large commercial supply of prohibited drug. The arrests were part of a targeted operation called Strike Force Nemo, which is a joint operation between the State Crime Command's Organised Crime Targeting Squad and the New South Wales Crime Commission.

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