Two bundles of methamphetamine, with a total street value of $100,000, was seized during a routine traffic stop, according to Jim Wells County Sheriff Daniel Bueno.

On Sunday, the Sheriff's Highway Interdiction Division pulled over a vehicle occupied by two men on Highway 281 north of Alice.

The officer made contact with the occupants, who names have not been released, and received a suspicious account of their travel plans, according to sheriff officials. The men were headed north from the valley.

With the assistance of the K9 officer, the interdiction officer located the bundles of methamphetamine hidden in the vehicle.

Bueno said the contraband passes through Jim Wells County on its way to northern states. His department will continue to fight the war on drugs and deter the use of narcotics.

The case and the suspects were referred to the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).