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Police in US warn people against accidentally eating cannabis-infused sweets

‘Which gummy bears are infused with marijuana?’

POLICE IN UTAH have warned people to be careful about accidentally eating confectionary containing marijuana.

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office has said sweets and cakes infused with marijuana that are legally available in nearby Colorado are making their way into Utah.

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In a warning on its Facebook page, the office wrote: “Which gummy bears in this picture are infused with marijuana? It’s impossible to tell from looking at them.

“The ones on the left are infused with marijuana and look exactly like real gummy bears. They are legal for sale next door in Colorado and have been making their way here to Utah.”

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The office also warned that people might mistakenly buy ‘pot tarts’ instead of pop tarts as the packaging is very similar.

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