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Coke discovery at the SAQ Depot

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Employees of the SAQ Dépôt found a substance that could be cocaine in a warehouse container.

Radio-Canada

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Investigators from the Sûreté du Québec are at the SAQ Dépôt in Quebec, on Einstein Street, after employees found a substance that could be cocaine in a warehouse container.

According to our information, the substance found would be brick cocaine. The Quebec City Police Department (SPVQ) confirms that an employee discovered a substance in a wine container, in bags with questionable contents.

The bags were discovered shortly before 8 a.m. Friday morning. The SPVQ police officers first went to the scene to observe the facts.

The investigation was transferred to the x27;national squad for repression against organized crime.

SAQ management specifies that the service point remains open to customers. We will not make any comment given the ongoing police investigation, in which we are collaborating, adds Yann Langlais Plante, deputy director of external communications.

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