Cancun, Q.R. — The Attorney General of the Republic of Jalisco Delegation says that due to an anonymous report, they were able to intercept two drug shipments bound for Cancun.
According to their report, elements of the federal police received a tip that a shipment was being sent through the Guadalajara International Airport. They were told that a parcel company would be shipping a package of drugs.
Armed with their on site K-9, federal authorities located and secured a large package containing 312 kilos of marijuana. Inside they found 299 nylon bags hidden among bags of coal.
The Attorney General’s Office says the coal was meant to disguise the drugs, noting that the shipment was destined for the city of Cancún. They say it was the second marijuana shipment they intercepted in the same day, both times receiving anonymous tips.
The second shipment was a package that contained 88 kilos of marijuana, also destined for Cancun.