DUQUESNE, Pa. (KDKA) – A man was arrested after a traffic stop in Duquesne led to the seizure of drugs and almost $15,000 in cash.

The City of Duquesne Police Department said on Facebook they were dispatched to North Second Street and North Fifth Street Sunday morning after reports of suspicious activity.

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According to police, they saw a 29-year-old man with convictions for drug crimes circling the area.

Waiting in a marked vehicle along Route 837, police caught the man driving 51 mph in a 32 mph zone, so they pulled him over.

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After searching the vehicle, they seized 13 bags of marijuana, approximately $15,000 in cash, a scale, baggies and cell phones.

(Photo Credit: City of Duquesne Police Department/Facebook)

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The man was arrested and taken to the Allegheny County Jail. He’s facing multiple drug-related charges.