Around 360kg of cocaine has washed up on two beaches in Norfolk
Teams of police, coastguards and a lifeboat and search patrols are today combing a 15-mile stretch of coastline after cocaine following the find.
The alarm was raised after a dozen hold-all sized bags were washed up between the tiny coastal villages of Hopton and Hemsby.
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The National Crime Agency is reported to be leading the operation.
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