Via The Associated Press– A Texas Panhandle traffic stop has yielded $3 million worth of methamphetamine hidden in the frames of religious-themed pictures.
Two people were arrested during the stop near Conway while bound for Georgia.
On Tuesday morning a car was pulled over for a traffic violation on Interstate 40, east of Amarillo.
A car search turned up 27 bundles of methamphetamine, about 35 pounds, inside the structure of several picture frames portraying images of religious figures.
The driver and the passenger, both from Tijuana, Mexico, face felony charges of possession of a controlled substance.
The police believe the meth was being taken from Mexico to Atlanta.