Four men are due to show up in court on Monday after cocaine with a road esteem of 50 million was seized by traditions investigators Patrick Fitzgerald, 40, of Westmoreland Close, House Park, Andrew Barry Hunter, 35, of Ashford Road, South Woodford

Four men are due to show up in court on Monday after cocaine with a road esteem of £50 million was seized by traditions investigators
Patrick Fitzgerald, 40, of Westmoreland Close, House Park, Andrew Barry Hunter, 35, of Ashford Road, South Woodford, both of London, confront a charge of endeavoring to import Class A drugs
Stuart Thornhill, 56, of The Bungalow, Norris Lane, Chaddleworth, Newbury, Berkshire, what’s more, his sibling Ian Victor Thornhill, 52, of Bridgend, Wales, confront the same charge
The cocaine, weighing 800kg (1,763lbs), was seized at a benefit station on the M3 motorway in Winchester, Hants, on Friday
Hampshire police helped Traditions officers by blocking the way of a lorry as it endeavored to drive off from the benefit station
The class A medicate was found in a committal of ground nuts, concurring to a Traditions spokeswoman
All four men were being held in Traditions guardianship at Winchester police station what’s more, will show up at Basingstoke Judges on Monday

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