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street value

the monetary worth of a commodity, usually an illicit commodity such as a drug, considered as the price it would fetch when sold to the ultimate user
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A spokesman for Merseyside Police added: "Initial checks estimate that there are around 50 plants which would equal a street value of PS200,000.
The BOC said the seized marijuana oil was approximately P360,000 in street value.
It is believed that the plants have a potential street value of just under PS200,000.
39 grams with an estimated street value of P45,121.
3g of crack cocaine at 98% purity with a street value of PS1,630.
That cocaine had a street value of PS5,010, and two further separate wraps of cocaine worth around PS940 were seized.
He was found to be in possessiong of 4kg of heroin, with a purity of 56% and a street value between PS760,000 and PS4m.
A search of the house ended with heroin and crack cocaine being seized, which was estimated to have a street value of between PS870 and PS1,460.
A Garda spokesperson said: "Cocaine with an estimated street value of up to [euro]170,000, diamorphine with a suspected street value of [euro]40,000 was seized and one female was arrested.
The information, based on returns from 27 police forces across the UK, said 276,676 plants were seized in 2013/14, which would have a street value of PS62,460,528.
COCAINE with a suspected street value of more than [euro]750,000 was seized at Dublin Port yesterday.