A commercial driver was arrested when he tried to smuggle 68 pounds of methamphetamine into Canada through the Lynden border crossing in December, the Canada Border Services Agency announced Tuesday.
The northbound driver was taken into secondary inspection Dec. 11. Canadian border officers on the Aldergrove side of the crossing found a black suitcase in his vehicle, with 68 pounds of meth inside, according to a news release.
He was arrested and turned over to Langley Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
An agency spokeswoman declined to answer a series of follow-up questions about the bust, citing CBSA policy and Canada’s privacy laws.
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