La polizia australiana ritiene che la cocaina valga la pena $  14 milioni vicino al corpo del subacqueo

La polizia australiana ha lanciato un'indagine martedì dopo 50 chilogrammi (110 libbre) di sospetta cocaina, stimato per un valore di circa 20 milioni di dollari australiani ($ 14 milioni), was found near the body of a diver washed up on a riverbank in the state of New South Wales.

A man wearing high-end diving equipment was found lying unconscious near the Hunter River at Newcastle, di 170 chilometri (106 miglia) north of Sydney, di lunedi, New South Wales police said. Despite treatment by paramedics, the manwhose identity is not knowndied at the scene.
Several packages, which contained a white powder believed to be cocaine, were found nearby.
    We are trying to identify whether the two incidents are linked. They may well be but we are open minded as to the options in front of us,” New South Wales police Detective Superintendent Robert Critchlow told reporters.
      Investigators searched an overseas-registered ship docked nearby on Tuesday and talked to the crew, Critchlow said. Two small boats were reportedly seen near the vessel Sunday night and authorities are seeking the public’s help to identify them.
        A search of the surrounding waters will continue on Tuesday, with divers assisted by officers from the Australian Border Force, ha detto la polizia.

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