A large quantity of marijuana was found at a park in Los Angeles County. How surprising, right?

Last Friday, California State Park rangers noticed several marijuana plants in Topanga State Park, then reached out to the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority, National Park Service and Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for assistance. The weed farm, which was reportedly split into seven segments, was then seized. A total of 5,000 pounds of marijuana worth an estimated $2.5 million was taken, along with about 500 pounds of trash. Way to take care of your parks, Cali.

No arrests have been made.

[via LAist]

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