A masked poliman stands next to banana crates with confiscated drugs in the police headquarters in Berlin, Tuesday Jan.7, 2014. (AP Photo/dpa, Daniel Naupold)
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Boxes filled with bananas and cocaine were delivered to five Berlin supermarkets in what police on Tuesday called a "logistical error" by drug smugglers.Supermarket staff discovered the containers with a total of 140 kg of cocaine on Monday shortly before the fruit went on sale to the public, police and customs investigators said.Cocaine was found in seven of them, Schremm said.The boxes were eventually delivered to five supermarkets in the Berlin area, but investigators said the intended destination of the cocaine was unclear.
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