DICKSON CITY, Pa. -- Police are investigating a "bumper crop" of marijuana discovered in Pennsylvania.
The discovery was made when a sport-utility vehicle with a headlight problem was taken to a Ford dealership in Dickson City.
Mechanics checked the SUV -- and found more than 16 pounds of marijuana packed in vacuum-sealed bags inside the front bumper.
Police put the value of the pot at about $32,000.
Police said the owners of the SUV apparently were unaware of the drugs. They'd purchased the vehicle in November from a dealer who bought it at auction.