Law enforcement officials say that 55 pounds (25 kilograms) of suspected cocaine was discovered washed up on an Alabama beach.

The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office told news outlets the drugs, packaged in small bundles, were discovered Thursday on the west side of Dauphin Island. The drugs had an estimated value of $450,000.

The sheriff’s office said the Dauphin Island Police Department contacted them after the possible drugs washed up on the shore. Detectives searched the beach for additional packages, but they did not find any.

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