What many are calling the “largest drug bust ever”, Colombian police have discovered an underground bunker stashing more than 8 tons of cocaine that was street valued at $250 million, right at the Panama border.

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The cocaine is being tied to the Clan Usuga gang, which was operating the coke production underneath a banana plantation. The gang has been in the U.S’ scope for a while now, with U.S offiicals putting a $5 million reward on the clan leader’s head, Dario Antonio Usuga David. The Defense Ministry said the final stage of the operation began at 6 a.m. local time Sunday in the town of Turbo, with about 50 officers storming the banana farm to find the drugs hidden under a layer of cement in a small building. Watch the reveal below: