DETROIT (AP) — More than a ton of marijuana has been seized by federal agents in Detroit.

About 2,583 pounds (1,171 kilograms) of pot was found Wednesday packed among pallets during an inspection of a tractor-trailer at the Fort Street Cargo Facility southwest of downtown, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Tuesday.

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The truck had entered Detroit from Canada via the Ambassador Bridge and was sent to a secondary inspection area at the facility. Its manifest listed aluminum caps as cargo.

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Results of an x-ray scan were inconsistent with what the truck was listed as transporting, the agency said.

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