Drug testing required in far north Queensland

Credit Tony Hisgett https://bit.ly/3dl8HSW

If it looks like cocaine and smells like cocaine, then it probably is cocaine, but police in far north Queensland are conducting drug testing just to make sure.

This follows the discovery of ten packages of a suspicious white powder on an island in Queensland’s far north. According to an article on PerthNow, police believe the powder was washed up on the island and they believe there could be more.

If it is cocaine, the end use value on the Australian market would be approximately $3 million.

Police are asking for anyone who has lost the packages to contact them. But expect to have some pretty good answers to some difficult questions!

See the PerthNow website for the full article.


Credit Tony Hisgett https://bit.ly/3dl8HSW

By Michael

Michael is the founder of Integrity Sampling and is responsible for overseeing all national operations. He is based at Integrity Sampling's head office in Melbourne and is also responsible for the co-ordination of drug and alcohol testing within Victoria, assisting in the implementation of drug and alcohol (fit for work) policies and the presentation of drug and alcohol education and awareness programs. You can connect with Michael Wheeldon on LinkedIn

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