Mostafa Baluch found after two weeks on the run | 9 News Australia

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Alleged cocaine smuggler Mostafa Baluch will spend at least one more night in a Queensland jail cell, after police found him this morning hiding in the boot of a Mercedes-Benz being carried in a container, trying to cross the New South Wales-Queensland border.

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