Man finds 100 pounds of marijuana with $100,000 inside bumper of Ford Mustang he bought at auction


Ford Mustang (illustration) 
By: Tanya Malhotra

(Scroll down for video) A man of Arizona, who bought a Ford Mustang at auction, was shocked to find a stash of marijuana hidden inside the front bumper.

John Caswell, who is the owner and operator of the Caswell Auto Body shop in Phoenix, said that the man who dropped off the vehicle for repairs routinely buys used cars at auctions and sells them for profit.

Phoenix police said that the marijuana was hidden in almost every square inch of the 2013 Ford Mustang. It was held together with duct tape, and was only discovered when the body shop worker removed the bumper.

The owner of the car paid $13,000 for the Mustang at auction.

He has received a full refund. Phoenix police took possession of the Mustang. So far, no arrests have been made.