More than a dozen bricks of cocaine reportedly washed up on two Florida beaches in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.
According to the cops, 16 cocaine bricks made their way to the Florida beaches.
Police officials in Melbourne, Florida, said a beachgoer alerted then to the bricks near Paradise Beach Park. The officer said the package was "wrapped in a way that is consistent with a kilo of illegal drugs," CBS affiliate KYTX-TV reports.
After testing the wrapped packages, officers were able to confirm that they did, in fact, contain cocaine - but have no idea where they came from.
Hurricane Dorian hit much of Florida with strong winds and heavy rain. Dorian was still a strong Category 2 hurricane, but much weaker than it was a few days ago.
Nobody has come forward to claim their lost property - and it's unlikely that anybody will.
We are praying for all of those affected by Dorian.