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Meth hidden in cuddly dog, a Border Patrol agents say

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Border Patrol dog sniffs out drugs in toys

Two pounds of meth found hidden in stuffed animal.

The sharp nose of a dog with the U. S. Customs and Border Protection discovered last week a stuffed animal in the boot of a car is not a toy to play with.

The CBP said in a press release that agents at an immigration checkpoint on Highway 78 near Blythe, California, were alerted Wednesday by a dog is a smell observed in a Dodge Challenger, in which a second inspection.

When agents did a further search of the vehicle, they discovered five packages of methamphetamine that weighed almost 2 pounds in a toy dog on the back seat.

The U. S. Customs and Border Protection agents find nearly 2 pounds of methamphetamine in a hug dog.

(CBP Arizona)

In addition to the toys of discovery, the officers also found three small bags of meth in the interior of the bag.

“The combination of drugs were worth almost $ 6,000,” the agency said.

The U. S. Customs and Border Protection agents find nearly 2 pounds of methamphetamine in a hug dog.

(CBP Arizona)

The two AMERICAN citizens were arrested, the drugs and the vehicle were processed in accordance with Yuma Sector guidelines.”

The checkpoint was in an area where the border agents routinely to combat the smuggling of organisations in the south west of Arizona and California.

 

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