Eight bricks of uncut cocaine were found on the shore of Biloxi Beach Saturday morning.
The bricks, which police say have a value of at least $1 million, were discovered by volunteers with AFSA Keesler Air Force Base Chapter 652 during a beach cleanup near the White House Hotel.
“We were walking along the beach picking up trash and noticed two items that ended up being two bricks taped together with a lot of tape,” a Facebook post from Chapter 652 said. “Took it out of the water and called the police. While we waited we walked further and found a total of 8 bricks. The police arrived and tested it and it came back as cocaine. The street value is over $1 million dollars.”
This story was originally reported by WLOX.