According to CBP, non-invasive testing by dogs found 320 parcels containing 1,337 pounds of alleged methamphetamine.
“This is a massive seizure of methamphetamine, the largest in the port’s history, and reflects CBP’s border patrol mission and our officers’ unwavering commitment to the effective application of their skills, training and experience. We do,” said port director Liliana Flores. in a statement.
A special agent with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations Service is investigating the seizure, CBP said.