Woman is accused of importing nearly $ 2 million ice cream in a vase from the United States to Australia
- A 40-year-old woman from Sydney was charged with smuggling ice
- She is said to have smuggled 2.52 kg of meth into a vase from the USA
- The street value of the transport is believed to be nearly $ 2 million
- The New South Wales police arrived at their Kingsford home and confiscated $ 300,000
A New South Wales woman was arrested after allegedly attempting to smuggle 2.52 kg of methyl amphetamine into Australia.
The 40-year-old, who comes from Kingsford in Sydney's eastern suburbs, was supposed to receive the drug transport hidden in a vase. It was sent from the United States.
The package is believed to have a street value of nearly $ 2 million and was soon confiscated by the Australian border troops.
Almost $ 2 million worth of ice methyl amphetamine was hidden in a vase
The woman was arrested on Tuesday and taken to the Maroubra police station. She was accused of importing a commercial amount of ice.
Strike Force Twickenham, an NSW police force investigating drug smugglers, arrived at their home in Kingsford on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m.
In their search, the strike group also uncovered $ 300,000 in cash hidden on the site.
No bail was given to the woman.
The authorities confiscated $ 300,000 in cash from the 40-year-old woman's house