Border Patrol Seizes $3M In Cash From Two Cars Heading To Mexico

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Now that is a lot of cash…and someone isn’t having a good day! 

The U.S. Border Patrol says over $3 million has been seized after it was found on Tuesday inside two cars in Escondido, California.

This is the largest cash seizure ever made by the Border Patrol in San Diego County.

When a  man driving a Kia Forte was pulled over for speeding, authorities found nearly $34,000 in vacuum-sealed bundles in the center console. (You would think you would watch your speed if you are trying to smuggle cash into another country)! 

A second car raced away but was found abandoned while the driver was found hiding in some brush. Over $3 million was found in cardboard boxes inside the trunk of the Volkswagen Passat, officials say.

Mexican border crossing, San Diego, California

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