Hungarian police have arrested two employees of Liszt Ferenc International Airport and four accomplices suspected of possessing and dealing in drugs, the Airport Police Directorate said on Tuesday.
Four of the suspects allegedly sold drugs in several hundred instances while the other two are charged with possession, according to police.hu.
The anti-terrorism TEK force and a special police unit using sniffer dogs seized cocaine sachets as well as luxury cars, cash, electronic equipment, jewellery and watches in raids carried out between Sept. 22 and 25.
The two airport employees worked as loaders, according to the website.
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