Bale of cocaine washes ashore in Keys
Updated On: Jul 22 2013 05:42:26 PM EDT
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) showed off a bale of cocaine that washed ashore in the Florida Keys.
Twenty pounds of cocaine washed up on a beach in Long Key State Park on Friday.
Long Key State Park is just north of Marathon and just south of Islamorada.
A park ranger found the drugs and contacted the FWC, who then handed over the coke to U.S. Customs and Border Patrol.
The street value of the cocaine is about $3 million.
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