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Shopper 'mistakenly drops' cocaine while in the supermarket

The incident occurred at Super Dollar in the State of Virginia.

HAVE YOU EVER popped out to the local shop, rushed around picking up a few essentials and then on way home realised you had accidentially dropped your cocaine on the floor?

Well, police from the Crewe Police Department are here to help. They have issued an appeal through their Facebook page for someone who did exactly that while on an outing to Super Dollar – a discount grocery store in Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee.

crewe police department  - facebook 1 Source: Crewe Police Department via Facebook

The Crewe Police Department, who are based in the State of Virginia, were quick to clarify that the public announcement was not in place to facilitate the return of the narcotics to a member of the public.

This followed a number of enquiries through their Facebook page asking if the cocaine would be returned to its owner.

crewe police department  - facebook 2 Source: Crewe Police Department via Facebook

The Crew Police Department have an active social media presence and have used it in recent weeks to raise awareness about extreme ongoing weather conditions.

According to NBC news, the drugs were discovered by an employee at the store.

Read: Gardaí say huge drug haul may cause heroin drought on the streets of Dublin

Also: Huge haul of heroin and cocaine worth over €5 million seized by gardaí

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