Police in the coastal town of Lübeck said on Wednesday they had bust an international drug ring bringing several million euros worth of cocaine and cannabis via the Mediterranean on sailing yachts to Germany.
Nineteen suspects have been accused of bringing cocaine from South America and cannabis from Morocco through Spain and Portugal to Germany, a Lübeck police spokesman said on Wednesday.
Die Welt newspaper reported that the organization also ran seven secret marijuana plantations across northern Germany – in Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, and Schleswig-Holstein - and one on the Baltic island of Fehmarn. “They were growing around 2,000 plants,” the spokesman said.
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