NT Police have seized another load of alcohol and drugs they believe was destined for a remote community.
The bust was made during a vehicle search on the Arnhem Highway overnight.
A 44-year-old man has been issued with a notice to appear following the search.
During the search police allegedly located several bottles of rum and bourbon, and a trafficable quantity of cannabis, believed destined for a remote Aboriginal community.
The man was issued a notice to appear in Ramingining Local Court for:
- Possess schedule 2 dangerous drug - trafficable
- Supply schedule 2 dangerous drug indigenous community
- Bring liquor to an Alcohol Prescribed Area
"Alcohol and cannabis can have significant impacts on those residing in remote communities, ranging from violence to property offending," Sen.-Sgt David Young said.
"We will continue to target those attempting to unlawfully transport liquor and cannabis in efforts to keep our community members safe."
Anyone with information on the supply of illicit substances to our communities is urged to contact police on 131 444 or anonymously via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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