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USA: Nobody claims 350 kilos of marijuana that the bailiff wants to return

As of yesterday, no one had responded to the kind message from the Brevard County Sheriff in Florida (USA), in which you asked who, who lost or left “In the wrong place 770 pounds (350 kilos) of marijuana high quality”, the Department of Narcotics will be contacted.

The Sheriff’s Message Wayne Ivey It was an ironic way of announcing that its agents are on the trail of who or who had that amount of drugs in a warehouse in the town of Viera, on the east coast of Florida, place that was raided by the police.

Posted alongside a photograph of the huge marijuana stash, Ivey’s message does not follow the usual script of police reports, but does report the most important data.

The 350 kilos of marijuana have a market value of two million dollars.

“So if the 770 pounds of marijuana belongs to you, all we need you to do is come to our Criminal Investigation Services building on Gus Hipp Blvd in Rockledge and claim your property without obligation.” the bailiff points out.

“Once we correctly identify you as the rightful owner, we will gladly return your property to you and also ensure that both you and your property are kept in a secure area so that no one can attempt to scam you.”

Ivey ends the message with an invitation to the owner of the drug.

“We are so excited to return something so valuable to its rightful owner that we are also going to include an extended ‘stay’ with all expenses paid so you can reflect for a while on exactly how much your lost property means to you.”says the message.




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