A Brazilian Air Force (FAB) A-29 Super Tucano turboprop attack aircraft intercepted a twin engine Piper Seneca turboprop flying over the country's airspace without a flight plan.
The interception forced the aircraft from Bolivia to perform a landing on a road in the Tangará da Serra municipality, in the Central-West Region of Brazil.
The aircraft was carrying 500 kg cocaine.
The privately owned Piper PA-34-200T Seneca II with registration PR-EBF, was earlier owned by SB Aviation Escola de Aviacao Civil, a Brazil based flight training school.
FAB's Operation Ostium aims to root out illegal aerial activity in the border regions with Bolivia and Paraguay, used for smuggling cocaine.
Embraer A-29, is a turboprop light attack aircraft designed for counter-insurgency, close air support, and aerial reconnaissance missions in low-threat environments.