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There is no Next Episode of Border Security: America's Front Line planned.
CBP questions a pair of real estate entrepreneurs bound for Florida. In Blaine, a Canadian traveller's US investments are cause for concern. An officer discovers suspect souvenirs in the luggage of a traveller returning from Mexico. At JFK, a US resident's cash declaration is off the money. American license plates registered to a Canadian driver raises questions in Detroit.
At O'Hare International, a returning American's bananas cause a slip-up in secondary. A mother covers for her kid at Detroit's Ambassador Bridge. A car search is brought to a head in Washington State. In Chicago, air cargo officers discover a surprise inside packaged food from China. A flashy handbag requires a second look at JFK Airport.
Officers discover a traveller is driving without a license after he wound up at the border by mistake. A US resident returns from the Dominican Republic with an unusual package. At the Peace Arch crossing in Blaine, two budding entrepreneurs are pulled into secondary. CBP examines the belongings of an American traveller returning from Nigeria. In Chicago, an unknown liquid substance is sent to the lab for testing.
At Detroit Metro Airport, a Japanese traveller must make a difficult decision. An officer discovers something seedy at the mail facility in Chicago. A Canadian bus passenger is busted with bud in her bag. In Buffalo, a detector dog takes out the trash. CBP question a traveller about his homemade accessory.