Mexico’s attorney general announced over the weekend that 44 tons (88,000 pounds) of marijuana – intended to be smuggled into the US – were seized in the Mexican border tourist town Tijuana on May 1.  

The AG’s office stated that the Mexican military and Tijuana police, acting on a federal warrant, hauled away close to 4,000 packages of pot weighing 22 to 25 pounds apiece from the neighborhood known as Granjas Familiares del Matamoros.

Due to its close proximity to the US border, Tijuana is host to many huge cannabis busts, including the largest in the nation’s history in 2010 when 148 tons were seized. However, the AP reports that the Mexican government has yet to make a single arrest in connection with last week’s gargantuan ganja confiscation.