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Border Patrol find abandoned Hummer containing over $1.7 million worth of meth

BLAINE, Wash. — Blaine Sector Border Patrol agents seized a 2006 Hummer H3 and 445 pounds of crystal methamphetamine in a residential area near the US-Canada border.

Friday, September 9th, at about 10pm, agents assigned to the Blaine Station encountered an abandoned Hummer H3 containing large duffle bags. A search of the duffle bags revealed a white crystalline substance that was tested and identified as methamphetamine. That much methamphetamine has an estimated street value of more than $1.7 million.

The US Customs and Border Protection press release announcing the seizure made no mention of who is suspected of abandoning the vehicle and methamphetamines.

Some of the duffle bags seized from an abandoned Hummer near the US-Canada border (September 9, 2022). Photo courtesy of US Border Patrol

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