Greater than 100 packets of the Class A drug with a road worth of no less than £13 million appeared on seashores throughout Sussex, with extra sightings reported throughout the coast, in Dorset and Hampshire.
Vibrant packages started showing on seashores in early October, with every brick marked with the phrase POPI.
The primary sightings of the drug packages have been reported on October 7 on the Isle of Wight, with extra cocaine being washed up in Ferring, Middleton and Felpham, Selsey, Goring, West Wittering and Hove.
Police have confirmed that two males from the Isle of Wight have been arrested in connection to the incidents.
A 78-year-old man from Ventor was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to produce. He has been launched with no additional motion.
A 57-year-old man from Ryde has additionally been arrested for worrying within the provide of medicine after a member of the general public discovered two extra packages on October 13 in Chale, within the southern a part of the island.
The person has been bailed till January 15.