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Family finds more than a half a million dollars of cocaine on the beach during their vacation

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  • A man and his family discovered 20 bricks of cocaine while on vacation in South Carolina. 
  • According to the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office, the man stumbled upon a strange object near the shore and brought it home.
  • When he opened it, he discovered 20 kilograms (44 lbs.) of cocaine estimated to be worth $600,000. 
  • Bricks of cocaine also washed around in Florida following Hurricane Dorian, which lashed the southeastern coast in September. 
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A family discovered 20 bricks of cocaine on a beach while on vacation in South Carolina, estimated to be worth around $600,000. 

A man and his family were walking along the beach on Fripp Island, a popular tourist spot located near the state's border with Georgia, when he stumbled upon an object floating in the water, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office said, according to NBC affiliate WMBF News

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