If You Dropped Your Cocaine At This Super Dollar, You’re Not Getting It Back

Usually, if you drop something while shopping and another shopper doesn’t walk off with it, it ends up in the store’s lost and found. That is not the case for an item that someone dropped at a Super Dollar discount grocery store in Virginia, a bag of cocaine. Local cops have put a call out in case the owner wants to reveal himself or herself and…definitely not get their coke back.

“On 2/17/15 we were called to Super Dollar for narcotics that had been found in the store,” the police department posted on its Facebook page. “We are now in possession of a white substance that appears to be cocaine. If you mistakenly dropped your cocaine today and were at the Super Dollar, please contact us. We would like to talk with you further about your property.”

Yes, they probably would. Several people on Facebook asked whether the owner would get their cocaine back. The answer, as you can imagine, is “no,” since law enforcement is not in the business of recovering your narcotics for you. Just so we’re all clear.

Did you lose your cocaine at this Virginia Super Dollar? [WTVR]

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