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National Crime Agency investigators are appealing for information to trace a man charged with importing cocaine into the UK.
Dwane Johnson was arrested by Border Force officers in January 2016 when he arrived at Birmingham Airport on a flight from Jamaica.

Officers searching his suitcase recovered over 10 kilos of cocaine concealed as coconut milk powder. The drugs had an estimated street value of £400,000.

After being questioned by the NCA Johnson was released on bail. He was later charged but went on the run, and failed to appear at court in September 2017, when a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Six other people charged in connection with the same investigation into alleged drug smuggling and money laundering are due to stand trial in June 2018.

Johnson, 38, is a gym regular who lived in Erdington, Birmingham at the time of his arrest. Investigators believe he also has links to the Handsworth and Hockley areas of the city, as well as Edgware in London.

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National Crime Agency investigators are appealing for information to trace a man charged with importing cocaine into the UK.
Dwane Johnson was arrested by Border Force officers in January 2016 when he arrived at Birmingham Airport on a flight from Jamaica.ators are appealing for information to trace a man charged with importing cocaine into the UK.
Dwane Johnson was arrested by Border Force officers in January 2

Officer0 kilos of cocaine concealed as coconut milk powder. The drugs had an estimated street value of £400,000.

After being questioned by the NCA Johnson was released on bail. He was later charged but went on the run, and failed to appear at court in September 2017, when a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Six other people harged in connection with the same investigation into alleged drug smuggling and money laundering are due