According to the DCI's post today on friday night, on their verified official Facebook page, (in the words of the lingually abled DCI Facebook admin), they managed to make one of the biggest recovery yet in many months.
This is after they nabbed cocaine approximated to be worth 100 million in Utange, Mombasa county.
According to the report, detectives from the transnational organized crimes and the anti narcotics units stormed the house of one female suspect now identified as Nuru Mahmud, 29 after a tip off from the public.
The highly addictive drug according to the DCI, had been packaged in 35 satchets and concealed in suitcases, it was however yet to be determined whether the contraband was meant for local consumption or for transit to a different destination.
Meanwhile the suspect is allegedly in custody awaiting arraignment as experts at the chemistry and toxicology units based at the DCI national forensic laboratory shall be tasked to further conduct more test on the substance.
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