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Two drug smugglers who tried to sneak £250,000 of cocaine into the UK jailed for total of 15 years


Two British drug smugglers who tried to sneak class A drugs into the UK from the Caribbean stashed in parcels disguised as tins of beans and coconut milk have been jailed for a total of 15 years.

Daniel Kelly, 43, and Steven Gilhooly, 43, used canned goods to try and ship around 6lbs (2.74kg) of cocaine with a street value of more than £250,000 into Britain.

The smuggling operation was discovered when two packages sent from St Lucia heading to homes in Charlton and Greenwich, south east London, were intercepted by customs.

These parcels that were sent on December 20 and 24, 2018, stated they contained tinned goods of condensed coconut milk and beans.


Daniel Kelly, 43, (left) and Steven Gilhooly, 43, (right) used canned goods to try and ship around 6lbs (2.74kg) of cocaine with a street value of more than £250,000 into Britain

But when they were forensically examined it was discovered the first parcel had 4.3lbs (1.95kg) of cocaine hidden inside and there was 1.7lbs…



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