More than $1 billion worth of illegal drugs torched amid major crime crackdown

More than $1 billion worth of illicit drugs bound for the streets of NSW have been destroyed, as police continue a major crackdown on organised crime in the state.

About 1.5 tonnes of drugs, including more than 400kg of methamphetamine and more than 500kg of cocaine, were on Wednesday destroyed by police after being seized over the past two years, processed through the courts and safely stored.

Organised Crime Squad Commander detective superintendent Robert Critchlow said the drugs would have made their way onto the streets and harmed the lives of thousands of residents.

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