A 16-year-old girl and a woman from Walsall have been arrested after cocaine worth around £350,000 was found hidden inside tubs of chocolate at Gatwick Airport.
The pair were detained by Border Force investigators at the West Sussex airport's South Terminal after they arrived on a flight from Antigua on Saturday.
Inside a suitcase was cocaine weighing around 7.7lb (3.5kg) which would have a street value of around £350,000 when cut, Border Force said.
The girl and the 39-year-old woman were arrested in connection with the discovery and later freed on bail until June 8.
Meanwhile, a Worcestershire man has been arrested after cocaine with an estimated street value of up to £8.5 million was discovered at a Portsmouth ferry terminal.
The UK's Border Force confirmed that the 187lb (85kg) haul was found in a lorry which arrived on a ferry from St Malo in Brittany last Wednesday.
A 42-year-old man was arrested in connection with the seizure and has been released on bail until July 10.