Hurricane Dorian has washed at least a dozen bricks of cocaine ashore between two Florida beaches near Orlando, according to NBC News.

On Tuesday, Melbourne police at Paradise Beach Park were alerted that something suspicious had been washed ashore. After authorities examined the package they concluded that it was “wrapped in a way that was consistent with narcotics,” said a Melbourne police spokesperson. It was subsequently tested and confirmed to be cocaine. Just 20 miles north at Cocoa Beach, police were also alerted about a duffel bag that had just washed ashore. Officers found 15 bricks inside the bag. It was later turned over to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. According to authorities, a kilo of cocaine in the Orlando area is worth anywhere between $20,000 and $30,000.