U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at Miami International Airport on Thursday seized more than 230 pounds of cocaine, estimated to be worth $2.7 million.
The cocaine was found in three suitcases during a random search of baggage arriving from Quito, Ecuador, according to a statement from Customs and Border Protection.
Border protection officers at the airport selected the flight for a random X-ray inspection and found three suitcases filled with 90 brick-shaped packages of cocaine, the agency said.
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No arrests have been made pending an investigation, the agency said.