Cocaine seized from orange juice lorry at Plymouth port
About 220lbs (100kg) of cocaine has been seized from a lorry at Plymouth ferry port.
The drugs were seized by Border Force officers from a lorry carrying concentrated orange juice which arrived on a ferry from Santander, Spain.
The National Crime Agency said it was a "very significant seizure of cocaine worth millions".
A man from the Manchester area, aged 62, was arrested and later bailed until November, pending further inquiries.
The drugs were seized after officers searched the lorry on 18 September.
A Home Office spokesman said no details of what led to the arrest were available because of an ongoing investigation.