- Associated Press - Thursday, May 1, 2014

DEMING, N.M. (AP) - Border Patrol agents have seized nearly half a million dollars’ worth of marijuana being smuggled across the border into southern New Mexico.

Officials say the drugs were found in a five-day span over the last week.

On Monday, Deming Border Patrol Agents using infrared technology caught two men trying to sneak 94 pounds of marijuana through the brush in their backpacks.

Also over the past week, Border Patrol Agents assigned to the Lordsburg station discovered multiple bundles of marijuana in four separate incidents.

In each case, the subjects carrying the marijuana abandoned their attempts and were tracked walking back into Mexico.

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