Tomb hiding over two tons of drugs discovered in Mexico

Posted on July 30, 2012 • Filed under: Crime, Drug Activity, Mexico, Police/Military Activity

A tomb in a cemetery located in Tamaulipas, Mexico was discovered to be concealing 2,410 kilos of marijuana. The drugs were pressed into 241 packages, 24 Horas reports. They were discovered after army officials performed reconnaissance methods on several tombs. Police are working to determine whether the drugs were to be marketed in the city, or if the tomb was used as a drug storage site by traffickers. No arrests or suspects were reported. Read Article

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