Customs agents at the Lukeville crossing found 2,600 pounds of marijuana in a Glendale man's motorhome. The drugs were worth about $1.3 million.

Customs and Border Protection

CBP agents at the Lukeville Port of Entry arrested four U.S. citizens and seized more than 2,800 pounds of marijuana in two separate Easter weekend smuggling attempts.

On Saturday, a 55-year-old man from Glendale traveling with a 58-year-old woman from Phoenix were sent for a secondary inspection of his motorhome, according to a news release from Customs and Border Protection.

A CBP drug dog led officers to multiple marijuana bundles, weighing more than 2,600 pounds and valued in excess of $1.3 million.

On Sunday, officers sent a 40-year-old man from Green Valley and his 24-year-old female passenger for further inspection of his Ford truck. With the aid of a drug dog officers found more than 150 pounds of marijuana, worth almost $77,000, within the truck’s bed.

Officers seized the drugs and vehicles, and turned the suspects over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations.