A "Hannity" exclusive report took viewers to the U.S.-Mexico border during the confiscation of 400 pounds of marijuana.

A cameraman followed U.S. Border Patrol Agent Vincente Paco as he and colleagues tracked down illegal contraband near the border in Arizona.

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Paco pointed out a strap tied to a vehicle barrier -- a tell-tale sign of drug smugglers in the area. Paco said the straps are used to tie bundles of contraband together to then be carried on the back.

Paco and fellow agents came across a number of abandoned bundles. He said drug smugglers often abandon their contraband and run back to Mexico if the realize they are being tracked by Border Patrol.

The agents confiscated 18 bundles of marijuana, weighing a total of 400 pounds. The drugs were tagged and then turned over to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency.

"These 400 pounds are not going to make it into the streets today," Paco said.

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