Disciplinary proceedings have been opened against twelve police officers who were on duty at the time 300 kilos of cocaine and 100 kilos of hashish disappeared from the official repository in calle Granja San Ildefonso, Cádiz.
The officers were on duty between September 28th, the presumed date of the actual robbery, and September 30th when the disappearance was discovered.
According to the police union SUP, the officers have been reprimanded for a minor offence but there is still the possibility that more serious disciplinary proceedings could follow.
According to SUP, the Police Commissioner is wrong to discipline the officers as they were only performing their duties and were not negligent, adding that the responsibility for the repository lies with the central government representatives and Sanidad Exterior.
SUP is also critical of what it describes as secrecy surrounding investigations into the incident after requests for details have so far been ignored.