By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
MORE than $200,000 worth of dangerous drugs were discovered by Bahamian law enforcement officials in bushes in a Freeport subdivision, but no arrest was made, Grand Bahama police reported.
According to reports, nine sacks containing packages of suspected marijuana, weighing 226 pounds with an estimated street value of $260,000 was found in the South Bahamia area shortly before 4pm on Tuesday.
ASP Terecita Pinder reported that officers of the Central Detective Unit, along with immigration officers, customs officers, and the K-9 unit went to Florin Drive, South Bahamia where they made the discovery.
The investigation is ongoing.