( Courtesy Customs and Border Protection )

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers recently found heroin and cocaine in a commercial shipment of produce in South Texas.

The tractor-trailer arrived at the Pharr International Bridge Sept. 14 and was referred to a cargo facility for further inspection. Officers found 11 packages of heroin and one package of cocaine in the Freightliner tractor, according to a news release from the CBP. 

The value of the 28.2 pounds of heroin was $1.13 million and the value of the 2.7 pounds of cocaine was $21,000.

The release did not say what the shipment of fresh produce in the trailer was.

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