The package is being contained in a freezer as evidence. Mulligan said if they do not find any leads, then it will be scheduled to be destroyed.
"What we normally find is that these are either air-drops where an aircraft is dropping this in the ocean and there's a boat waiting to pick those packages up and one or two float away from them," Mulligan said. "Or it's an exchange of two boats and maybe a package falls overboard and floats away and they can't see it."
"Being so in close proximity to Central, South America, that we are many times a gateway to get it into the U.S.," he said. "So it's not uncommon for us to see this every once in a while, maybe once or twice a year in St. Johns County."