A Canadian man was arrested by authorities after allegedly smuggling 182 pounds of prescription pills across the Canadian border into the Us.

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A 21-year-old man named Cedrik Bourgault set himself up for a long and cold journey when he decided he would load a sled up with about 300 bags filled with drugs and pull it across the border. Bourgault was arrested on wednesday after he crossed the border from Quebec along a railroad line into North Troy, Vermont.

According to prosecutors Bourgault was wearing white camouflage which triggered a sensor and eventually alerted the Border Patrol agents that something was up.

Bourgault was found with the 300 vacuum -sealed bags of anti-anxiety Xanax pills that was stored in a duffle bag and attached to a sled. According to prosecutors the pills were estimated to be worth about $1.6 million.

On thursday Bourgault appeared in federal court, but did not enter a plea.

“The circumstances of his offense indicate he had the assistance of co-conspirators on the Canadian side of the border, and he was anticipating assistance of co-conspirators on the American side of the border.”

said assistant U.S. Attorney Jonathan Ophardt in court papers requesting the denial of bail.

If convicted Cedrik Bourgault could be fined $250,000 and could also get up to five years in prison.