Cocaine continues to wash up on beaches

Packages of cocaine are continuing to wash up on NSW beaches.

The multi-million-dollar haul first appeared on the central coast on December 22, and since then parcels and drums containing cocaine have been located at a wide range of NSW beaches, including Pelican, Blacksmiths and Newcastle Ocean Baths.

Overnight, five more packages washed up on Sydney’s northern beaches.

It’s thought the cocaine came adrift from a ship which was off the NSW coast during heavy storms.

Image: NSW Police.

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