A man caught ferrying £100,000 worth of cocaine in a hidden compartment of his car has been sentenced to six years in prison.
Lee Joseph Hutchinson from Liverpool admitted to being involved in the supply of a kilo of cocaine into North Wales.
He had previously been charged with conspiring to supply the class A drug in Wrexham, London and Surrey.
Mold Crown Court heard how the cocaine found in the hidden compartment was of a particularly high purity.
Judge Rhys Rowlands said that while on a suspended sentence he reverted to involvement with drugs on a significant scale.
The VX Passat was stopped by police on the A483 and police found the secret compartment between the back of a passenger seat and the boot space.
Judge Rowlands praised the "excellent police work" in bring Hutchinson to justice.