Suspected Class A drugs found in Tesco bananas in UK

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Tesco worker found suspected class A drugs while unloading a consignment of bananas

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27 July 2015 | 0

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A Tesco worker in the retailer’s Wokingham branch in England, last week found packages of suspected Class A drugs, while unloading a consignment of bananas.

Police were called to investigate packets of white powder discovered in the store last Wednesday.

However police officers from the Thames Valley force have refused to comment on whether the suspected drugs found at the store in Finchampstead Road, Wokingham in Berkshire, could potentially have a street value worth more than £1m.

A spokesperson for the supermarket said it is helping officers with their inquiries. Tesco’s website states most of its bananas come from farms in Costa Rica, before being transported to the group’s distribution centres in the UK.

 

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