Car Explodes At Petrol Station Creating Cloud Of Cocaine
This is the moment an explosion inside a suspected drug smuggler's car blasts out the rear window and sends a cloud of cocaine into the air.
The powdery substance which blasted into the air has been confirmed as being cocaine after police attended the scene.
The explosion took place at a petrol station in the city of Orán in the northern Argentine province of Salta.
According to reports, a man arrived at the petrol station in his white Peugeot 306 and asked an attendant to fill up his tank.
As the worker was filling the car, an explosion ripped out the rear window and a white substance was cast into the air.
Reports said that the driver checked the items in the back of his car before climbing in the vehicle and fleeing the scene with an accomplice.
Meanwhile, the attendant called the emergency services and officers questioned him while confirming that the substance left on the ground after the explosion was cocaine.
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Cops are currently looking for the driver and a passenger who was with him at the time. However, they have been unable to track down the suspects or the vehicle seen in the footage.
It is unclear what caused the explosion but the investigation is ongoing.
So it seems like the police are struggling to find these blokes but across the pond in sunny ol' Greater Manchester, cops are managing to get by without these problems.
This is because one forgetful soul left a rucksack packed with drugs on a tram - and it also contained a card with his full name and address on.
Taking to Facebook to ask for help, GMP Bury South said: "Police appeal to reunite lost property with its owner. A poor individual has forgotten his rucksack while travelling on the Bury met.
"MCRMetrolink have located the bag & have checked for any ID to reunite the property with its owner & located; 25 tablets, large amount of white powder, small snap bags containing white rocks, snap bags containing white powder & scales.
"Thankfully the owner of the bag was helpful enough to leave his Community Payback card, his name & address."
He played a blinder.
Unsurprisingly, not many people in the comments section were feeling particularly sympathetic towards the bag's owner, with one person commenting: "I'm guessing it wasn't owned by a school kid and he is missing his cookery ingredients."
Another jokingly asked: "That's mine, would you be able to drop it off at my house, please?" While a third guessed: "That might stay in lost property for a long time."
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