Gardai is involved in a massive international hunt for drug smugglers who tried to import a gigantic $ 10 million Kinahan cocaine collection from Costa Rica to an Irish port.
As previously revealed by the Irish Mirror, assistant commissioner John O & # 39; Driscoll, Special Crime Operations, is leading a huge international war against the Kinahan Organized Crime Group.
Gardai today revealed that they are now helping hunt those who organized the massive € 10 million in migration because sources confirmed it as a Kinahan
Polar Chile is currently from the West Indies as it steams to Cork Harbor and will arrive on August 22 next.
While in the port last week, Costa Rican narcotic police sought the ship and found the 133 pounds of cola clogged in a load of fruit.
A Garda spokeswoman said the Drugs and Organized Crime Bu Reau was now involved in the gigantic international narco- research.
She said: "The Garda National Drugs & Organized Crime Bureau (GNDOCB) undertakes a study with an important international dimension as a result of the seizure, at Moin Port in Limón, Costa Rica, on August 14, 2018, by the Drug Control Police (PCD) of the Ministry of Public Security, in Costa Rica, of an estimated one hundred and thirty (133) kilograms of cocaine, hidden in a cargo of fruit destined for Ireland
"The cocaine was discovered in a container on board from a ship named Polar Chili. The seized cocaine has a potential value of € 10 million.
"Assistant Commissioner John O & # 39; Driscoll, Special Crime Operations (SCO) confirmed the involvement of An Garda Síochána and Customs & Revenue in an investigation to determine the role of criminals in Ireland, in attempting to import of cocaine into Ireland
"The Deputy Commissioner stated that international cooperation involving law enforcement authorities on a global basis is essential to address criminal activity. involved in organized crime groups (OCGs) with an international dimension. "