The Brazilian Federal Revenue Service seized 85 kilos of cocaine in the Port of Santos, on the coast of São Paulo. The drug was found on Monday (7) inside a container that carried lemons bound for Greece, with a call in Morocco.
The Federal Revenue Risk Management Area, which analyzes export operations based on the customs authority at the port, chose the container. The Federal Police seized the cocaine and investigated the crime scene. In addition to lemons, the ship also transported sugar, coffee, and other organic foods.