From the NY Post:
Drug-sniffing dogs at Kennedy Airport hit a $1 million "smackpot," leading customs agents to more than 33 pounds of heroin, much of it sealed in bags of dried milk and coffee in luggage arriving from Guayaquil, Venezuela.
Two Venezuelan men, flying separately from the same airport to JFK on Sept. 14 and Sept. 18, were busted when they retrieved their suitcases.
Murilla Aquilera was arrested after his checked bag, which appeared unusually thick, was found to contain heroin, with a street value of more than $550,000, in milk-powder and coffee containers, authorities said.
On Sept. 18, Holga Ortega-Bravo was arrested after a dog flagged a bag with five packs of heroin, worth $510,000, disguised as milk powder, authorities said.