On Wednesday, Border Patrol officers discovered $2 million worth cocaine and a body near a boat that was capsized off the coast of Puerto Rico.
Agents found the vessel traveling 1 nautical mile from Quebradillas with navigation lights, U.S. Customs and Border Protection stated. They found the vessel “yola” had capsized when they arrived at the spot.
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CBP stated that the drugs, weighing in at 198 pounds, were found scattered around. CBP also discovered a body of a man under the vessel.
Investigators also discovered four bricks and three bundles that were positive for cocaine.
It was described as a vessel measuring 23 feet with two outbound engines. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives found a firearm inside and gave it to them.
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The Puerto Rican authorities are currently investigating the death of the male. The boat was taken to Ramsey Border Patrol Station, an island territory.