Various materials were found at the site, including FARC uniforms.
A laboratory for the production of medicines was disabled by members of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (Fanb). At the scene they found more than 4 tons of cocaine.
It is located in the state of Zulia, near the Colombian border, reported Chief General Domingo Hernández Lárez, strategic commander of Fanb.
In a joint operation with the GNB National Anti-Drug Command, they found this “logistical supply point” with “dining room area, bedrooms, instruction classrooms and infirmary.”
At the site they found and destroyed more than 4 tons of cocaine, as well as various equipment for drug processing.
There are also more than 1,700 liters of acetone, about 800 kilograms of cement, another 1,900 liters of gasoline and 1,300 liters of diesel, 800 kilograms of urea.
As well as packaging material, scale molds, transformers, power plants, coca leaf crusher.
Other items were FARC uniforms, two 5.56 mm rifles and 13 MGL rounds of ammunition.