Two British tourists have been charged with drug possession and trafficking after authorities in Grenada allegedly found 1.
3 kilograms of cocaine concealed in their luggage.
Police say the tourists were arrested at Maurice Bishop international airport as they attempted to board a Virgin Atlantic flight to London.
Simeon Archibald and Nadine Jones were remanded on Monday after appearing before a judge.
The suspects' hometowns were not immediately disclosed. Police say Archibald is a 35-year-old photographer.
Police say the pair had been in Grenada for a week before their Thursday arrest at the small Caribbean country's airport.
If there is a conviction, drug-related offences in Grenada can carry a maximum penalty of 10 years' imprisonment.