Meth, cocaine and heroine.
The Canada Border Services Agency says it made the discovery last month at Surrey’s Pacific Highway Crossing.
The agency is calling it the single largest interception of meth in B.C. in the last five years.
Altogether, 32-kilograms of meth, and one kilo each of heroin and cocaine were found in a truckload from the U.S. on May 26th.
The truck driver is a B.C. resident.
The drugs and the investigation have been turned over to the RCMP.
The last time a significant amount of what is commonly referred to as “crystal meth” was intercepted at the border was in March of last year.
Twenty kilograms were seized then.