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Border Patrol seizes over 1,100 pounds of marijuana in Texas

According to reports, with the assistance of an Air and Marine helicopter, agents located the SUV parked at a residence. (Photo Courtesy: USCBP)

Border Patrol agents responded on Tuesday November 7 to an SUV possibly being loaded with narcotics near Rio Grande City.

According to reports, with the assistance of an Air and Marine helicopter, agents located the SUV parked at a residence.

The agents discovered the vehicle had been abandoned and was loaded with a total of 95 bundles of marijuana weighing over 1,100 pounds and worth nearly $900,000.

Border Patrol says the marijuana was turned over to the Starr County High Intensity Drug Task Force.

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