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Three men who plotted to use a removal firm as a front for their drug smuggling operation have been convicted following a National Crime Agency investigation.

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A Croatian lorry driver has been jailed for six years after attempting to smuggle 20 kilos of cocaine into the UK. 

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A man believed to be involved in arranging multi-tonne cocaine importations from South America to Europe has been extradited to Germany to face trial.

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A London-based crime group who tried to smuggle 69 Albanian migrants into the UK on a dilapidated fishing vessel - and planned to bring in 50 more every week - have been convicted.

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National Crime Agency investigators have launched an appeal to track down a man wanted as part of a firearms investigation.

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Four people from Birmingham have been arrested and a loaded gun seized as part of a National Crime Agency investigation into a suspected organised crime group involved in the supply of firearms in the West Midlands.

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A lorry driver has been charged in a National Crime Agency investigation after a haul of 418 kilos of cocaine was found in a cover load of frozen onion rings.

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Six men have been jailed for a total of 133 years after a National Crime Agency investigation uncovered their role in the supply of cocaine and a separate plot to torture and rob a Manchester man.

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Cocaine with an estimated value of around £4 million has been seized at Avonmouth docks, following a joint operation involving the National Crime Agency, Border Force and Avon & Somerset Police.

Two men have been charged as part of a drugs investigation by the Merseyside Organised Crime Partnership.

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A man from Lancashire has been jailed for more than six years for attempting to smuggle heroin worth almost £2 million into the UK in his campervan.


A Manchester man who used the encrypted phone network EncroChat to import cocaine worth £1.6m has today pleaded guilty.

Five people have been charged as part of a major National Crime Agency investigation into a criminal enterprise that supplied fraudulent passports to some of the UK’s most notorious organised criminals.

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Three men have been convicted for importing illegal firearms and ammunition into the UK in the post, before trying to sell them to organised criminals.

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A fugitive wanted by the National Crime Agency for his involvement in the supply of class A drugs worth millions of pounds has been brought back to the UK to face justice.

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An unemployed university drop-out, jailed for running a dark web business selling illegal drugs, has been ordered to hand over more than £490,000 in bitcoin.