VAUGHAN, Ont. – The police say they have considered a drug smuggling business where methamphetamine was hiding in new cars that were built in Mexico that were then transported to the railroad to Canada.
The Ontario District Police said that four Ford traders had staff to find the drugs that were swept inside quiet tires that were not intact; respond to the cars.
They worked with the car company in December and found vehicles that were distributed to Quebec and New Brunswick.
The police say they have received 180 kilograms of meth during the investigation.
They say they do not know where or when the drugs were hiding in the cars.
OPP vice commissioner, Rick Barnum says that firemen are going to continue to go. Finding innovative ways to bring drugs into the country.