Hundreds of thousands of dollars in drugs found in local stash house, officials say

Suspects surrender after hundreds of thousands of dollars in drugs found in home, police say

ALIQUIPPA, Pa. — More than $200,000 worth of marijuana was found by the Beaver County Drug Task Force at a stash house, task force officials said.

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Task force officials said the haul was found in what they're calling a "stash house" on Green Street in Aliquippa.

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The suspects, Ralph Smith and Robert Platt, turned themselves in on Wednesday.

Investigators found a ton of evidence inside the house. They found more than 40 huge, vacuum-sealed bags of high-grade marijuana that were professionally bagged and tagged.

For the full report on how they kept it hidden, watch the video above!