After the devastating Hurricane Dorian swept across the Carribean and US mainland this week, one police officer made a pretty good find.
While walking along Paradise Beach in Florida taking stock of damage from the hurricane, an officer from Melbourne Police Department came across a single brick with 'D-I-A-M-A-N-T' written across it. A spokesperson for the department said the brick was "wrapped in a way that was consistent with narcotics".
The brick was taken to be forensically tested, and you guess it - it was coke.
Soon after, police on a beach 20 miles north of Paradise Beach found a duffle bag with 15 more of the same bricks.
The collective value of the 16 bricks found on the two beaches is thought to be around $400,000 USD (about $628,000 NZD).
Police aren't releasing any further details because it's now an active investigation, but we wouldn't be surprised if there were more bricks where those came from.