Australia Accused in Vic court over 5kg of cocaine

22:06  18 april  2017
22:06  18 april  2017 Source:   MSN

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The Australian Federal Police say the packages contained a white powder, which returned a positive result for cocaine. © Getty Images The Australian Federal Police say the packages contained a white powder, which returned a positive result for cocaine. A man who allegedly tried to smuggle five kilos of cocaine into Melbourne on a flight from Dubai is expected in court in Melbourne.

Sam Kul of Roxburgh Park is due in court on Wednesday after he was caught with packages of cocaine hidden in his luggage, police say.

He arrived on Saturday at Tullamarine airport, where Border Force officers conducted a search of his luggage.

During the examination they discovered the suitcase had a false bottom which, when removed, revealed three packages wrapped in brown packing tape.

The Australian Federal Police say the packages contained a white powder, which returned a positive result for cocaine.

Kul, 33, has been charged with importing and possessing a commercial quantity of cocaine and was remanded in custody on Saturday.

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