Cocaine worth over $2 million washes up on a Florida beach

Officials recently recovered about $2 million worth of cocaine that washed up on a Florida beach.

Some 126 pounds of the illegal drug were discovered over the weekend, although not all at once.

Customs and Border Protection data shows that officers captured more than 60,000 pounds of illicit drugs in the United States in June, according to these new findings.

In the Florida Keys, the Monroe County Sheriff's Office was the first to report an incident.

A allegation of cocaine washing ashore in the Florida Keys caused the Monroe County Sheriff's Office to respond to a call on Saturday, July 30.

On Facebook, the sheriff's office said that "the package was recovered near the Ocean Pointe Condominiums in the mangroves along the beach."

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