Police found $1-million worth of cocaine in a vehicle pulled over on Highway One in Abbotsford Monday afternoon.
Abbotsford Police Department Constable Ian MacDonald said the vehicle was stopped at 2:45 p.m. by a heavily-armed group of police currently investigating a drug case.
The group included members of the Abbotsford Gang Suppression Unit, Drug Enforcement Unit, the Crime Reduction Unit, K9, Patrol and the Municipal Integrated Emergency Response Team
A 28-year-old man driving the vehicle was arrested and a police search found 20-kgs of cocaine in the vehicle.
MacDonald said the haul is worth at least $1-million.
The investigation is continuing.
The suspect has been detained pending drug-related charges.
BY DAVID CARRIGG
JUNE 21, 2010
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Cops find $1-million worth of cocaine in Abbotsford