Undeclared jewelry seized from Nova Scotia couple returning to Canada: CBSA

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) says undeclared jewelry with an approximate value of $35,000 has been seized from a Nova Scotia couple. 

The man and woman were returning to Canada after a four week absence on March 24th. 

The agency says the pair had a combined declaration of under $300 in goods, but when CBSA officers examined their baggage at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport the three undeclared pieces of jewelry were found. 

A bracelet and two rings were seized and held as evidence. 

The CBSA says the travelers were arrested and released, while the investigation is continuing.