DETROIT (AP) — More than a ton of marijuana has been seized from a tractor-trailer truck in southwest Detroit.

Marijuana seized in Detroit on May 11 | Credit: U.S. Customs and Border Protection

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The pot was detected during an inspection on May 11 by Customs and Border Protection officers at a cargo facility near the Ambassador Bridge connecting Detroit to Canada, the agency said Thursday in a release.

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About 2,175 pounds (986 kilograms) of pot was in hidden in boxes documented as containing foam pool toys.

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