Routine traffic stop nets $50,000 drug haul

A ROUTINE traffic stop has netted more than $50,000 worth of drugs in southern NSW.

Police were patrolling the Hume Hwy near Goulburn when they pulled over a car being driven by a male in the early hours of Monday morning.

A search of the car allegedly uncovered amphetamines with a potential street value of $56,000.

The female passenger was charged with drug supply and possession.

She will front court on January 29.


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