Friday, 18 March 2016

Police Dropped Cheeky Note For Marijuana Dealer After Finding Their Stash In A Hole

Sergeant Paul Taylor Tweeted that the force had spotted the 'sneaky hidey-hole' on Wednesday, along with a photo of the message they left there, which read: 'unlucky'

Officers from the UK Metropolitan Police discovered two bags of marijuana in a pipe. The policemen took the drugs and replaced them with the note, which was written on Met Police headed paper. Police officer decided by leaving a cheeky note, which reads: ‘Unlucky’. 
The typical street value of an ounce of weed in London is between £100 and £130. 

Metropolitan Police officers left a cheeky note for drug dealers in Camden. north London, when they found their stash of marijuana

When Solihull Police found a haul of cannabis, they also tried to make a joke online as one officer posted: 'Anyone lost a huge amount of cannabis in the Chelmsley Wood area? Don't panic, we found it. Please come to the police station to collect it.'

Police forces have been increasingly turning to the site in a bid to form a closer, more approachable relationship with the public

Some forces have been accused of making light of serious crimes such as sexual assault and robbery on social media