TUCSON, AZ – Over 50 bundles of marijuana were located abandoned on a trail near Tucson, Arizona on Tuesday. Custom and Border Protection agents said that the Sonoita Station Border Patrol Canine Team working near Patagonia located the trails known to be used by narcotic and human smugglers
Suspicious footprints led CBP agents to further investigate. While following the tracks, 45 bundles of marijuana were located and six more bundles were located nearby, The total seized was 1000 pounds, valued at over $480,000. No suspects were located and the Sonoita Station took possession of the 51 bundles of marijuana for evidence processing.
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- us-customs-marijuana-bundles: Photo provided by U.S. Customs and Border Protection