A Dutch woman who attempted to bring cocaine worth nearly £150,000 into the UK through Dover, hidden in bottles of orange juice syrup, has been jailed for more than five years.
Berryl Landveld, 35, was stopped when she arrived at the port on 9th June on board a coach from Amsterdam.
Border Force officers discovered four one-litre bottles in a carrier bag in her suitcase.
The cocaine was mixed in the liquid.
Forensic experts found the bottles contained 3.25 kilos of cocaine with an average purity of 69%, worth an estimated £146,340.
After pleading guilty to importation charges Landveld was sentenced to five years and four months in prison.