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Edmonton police make biggest cocaine bust in EPS history

The Edmonton Police Service Gang Suppression Team made an arrest last week after an investigation into drug trafficking.

Back in September the team began investigating into 40-year-old Randhir Gill, who they believed to be involved in drug trafficking.

The investigation led police to pull Gill over for a traffic stop on October 27. Police searched the vehicle to find over 40 kilograms of cocaine inside.

According to police, the street value of the cocaine is around $1,800,000.

Staff Sergeant Eric Stewart says that this is the biggest cocaine bust in EPS history and that it will undoubtedly make a dent in the suspects drug network.

Gill has been released from custody and charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking. He will appear in court on November 8.

The drugs seized by EPS.
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