A raid on a property in West St. Paul turned up a huge haul of drugs and cash, potentially worth millions of dollars.
The Dakota County Drug Force, with the help of K-9 officer Crystal, found the drugs and cash after executing a search warrant, West St. Paul Police Department announced on Thursday.
Seized in the raid was 45lbs of meth, 15.5 kilos of cocaine and more than $710,000 in cash.
Street values for the drugs haven't been released, but a separate raid in New Ulm this month saw 7 lbs of meth valued at approximately $250,000, meaning the amount discovered in West. St. Paul could be worth seven figures.
Cocaine meanwhile goes for between $25,000-$34,000 per kilo in Minnesota, according to Narcotics News, potentially putting its value at up to half a million dollars.
West St. Paul PD says the cash seized will be split among various agencies at the federal, state, county and local level.