National Security Minister, Retired Major General Edmond Dillon, says he has been in contact with Canadian authorities following reports of cocaine found in 40 cartons of orange juice which originated from Trinidad and Tobago.

Dillon told reports on Wednesday that citizens should also be concerned that “something of that nature” could originate from the twin island republic, adding that boosting the security at ports of entry is important.

Last month, members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police arrested two Greater Toronto Area men for importing approximately 44 litres of liquid cocaine which could be converted to approximately 24 kilograms of powdered cocaine.

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