$1.2 million worth of cocaine washes ashore on Alabama beach


Thirty-one bricks of cocaine — valued at $1.2 million — washed ashore on an Alabama beach late Monday night, reports said.

The drugs, roughly 66 pounds of them, were spotted by several beachgoers in Gulf Shores, who alerted police to their finds, WALA reported.

People on the beach in Alabama reportedly spotted the drugs.
The cocaine that washed ashore in Gulf Shores, Alabama, on May 17, 2021.
Gulf Shores Police Department
According to a report, the police weren't sure how the cocaine came ashore.
The bricks of coke were valued at $1.2 million.
Gulf Shores Police Department

Police confiscated the cocaine and handed the haul over to US Customs, WPMI reported.

Since the discoveries, police have ramped up patrol on the beaches, the outlet reported.

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