Pietermaritzburg cops arrest two after major drug bust in Camperdown

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Sergeant Andile Mlungisi Kleinbooi (left) of the Pietermaritzburg K9 Unit and Shaheen Suleiman of Magma Security take a look at the stripped car that was transporting R3,6 million worth of drugs.
Sergeant Andile Mlungisi Kleinbooi (left) of the Pietermaritzburg K9 Unit and Shaheen Suleiman of Magma Security take a look at the stripped car that was transporting R3,6 million worth of drugs.

Two men transporting over R3,6 million worth of drugs hidden in the panels of their car were nabbed in Camperdown on Thursday.

This follows information received by Magma Security about a suspicious car that was driving around with drugs, said Shaheen Suleiman of the company.

He said the car was intercepted along the N3 near Camperdown heading towards Durban at around 8 am on Thursday during a multi-disciplinary operation involving various intelligence units.

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