Drugs found on Brac beach

Police seized more than 60 pounds of suspected cocaine found on a Cayman Brac beach Saturday afternoon.

Twenty five packages containing 61 pounds of white powder resembling cocaine were discovered on the beach between the Brac Reef Beach Resort and the old Divi Tiara Resort.

Police were alerted to the find on the south side of the island around 2.30pm Saturday, 20 April.

All but one of the packages were tightly packed and sealed, but one of the packages was loose and contained a small amount of white substance resembling cocaine. Each package was 8in x 6in x 2in.

Following the find, police and customs officers took part in an air, beach and land search was carried out by officers.

The suspected drugs have been transported to Grand Cayman where they will eventually be destroyed after forensic checks are made.

The case is being investigated by the Drugs and Serious Crime Task Force and will be destroyed as soon as all forensic opportunities are explored.

Anyone with information about the drugs find should contact police or call Crime Stoppers on 800-8477 (TIPS).


Suspected cocaine found on the Brac.

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