Authorities found more than 3,200 pounds of cocaine worth $77 million in a shipping container that arrived in Newark late last month, authorities announced Monday. In a statement, Customs and Border Protection officials said the Feb. 28 drug bust was the biggest bust in nearly 25 years at Port Newark. The shipping container reportedly held 60 packages with “a white powdery substance” in them, later determined to be cocaine. “This is a significant seizure, in fact it is the largest cocaine seizure at the Port of New York/Newark since May 1994,” Troy Miller, the director of New York Field Operations for Customs and Border Protection, said. “This interception prevents a massive quantity of drugs from getting to the streets and in the hands of our children.” The cocaine was turned over to the Department of Homeland Security, and the container was reportedly determined to be from a ship that departed from South America. No arrests relating to the bust have reportedly been made, and the investigation continues. The May 1994 bust at Port Newark reportedly uncovered 6,400 pounds of cocaine.