Lewisville police on Sunday seized nearly 600 pounds of drugs in what officers say is one of the largest drug busts they've seen in the city.
A total of 595 pounds of methamphetamine was discovered hidden inside a big rig after Lewisville police were asked to help investigate a tip about "a suspicious tractor-trailer located near a major highway," according to a police news release.
Lewisville officer Pat Robey and his K-9 partner, Stryker, discovered the drugs in a hidden compartment of the truck, the release said.
The estimated street value of the drugs is more than $1.2 million.
Police did not say whether anyone was arrested in connection with the drugs.