• 2 suitcases stuffed full of meth valued at $1 million found in Washington national forest

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    MAZAMA, Wash. -

    Washington authorities are investigating the discovery of two suitcases full of methamphetamines Monday in the Okanogan National Forest on Monday in Mazama, Washington, according to news reports.

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    An Okanogan County sheriff’s deputy and his K-9 partner found the drugs, which are valued at an estimated $1 million, KREM-TV reported.

    The suitcases were discovered in an area covered in heavy brush and was part of an investigation in the area.

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    The K-9 unit was actually given to the Sheriff’s Office by community residents, who raised the money to buy the dog for law enforcement.

     

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