Someone left cocaine at a grocery store self-checkout

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Someone Left Cocaine at a Grocery Store Self Checkout Line

By Amanda Kabbabe and Gillian Pensvalle (Buzz60)

We've all been there: You're checking out at the grocery store and have so many bags to grab that you leave your phone, your wallet or your keys behind.

However, there are some things you might want to keep an extra careful eye on.

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Police are currently on the lookout for the person who left their cocaine at a grocery store. You would think this person would keep their cocaine secured at all times since it is a completely illegal drug.

Then again, the drug probably stops you from thinking straight, and led someone to misplace their stash.

The Aspen Police Department wants to let whoever it is know they can come pick it up at the station! They posted a photo on Facebook saying a customer noticed a small baggie left behind at the self-checkout line.

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This undated photo released by the Los Angeles Airport Police shows multiple packages of cocaine wrapped in green cellophane that was apprehended at Los Angeles International Airport. JetBlue flight attendant accused of trying to sneak a suitcase full of cocaine through Los Angeles International Airport and making a dramatic dash to escape says she might not have been sure what was in her bag, a spokesman for her said Thursday, March 24, 2016, as prosecutors suggested she had smuggled before. (Los Angeles Airport Police via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT
This undated photo released by the Los Angeles Airport Police shows multiple packages of cocaine wrapped in green cellophane that was apprehended at Los Angeles International Airport. JetBlue flight attendant accused of trying to sneak a suitcase full of cocaine through Los Angeles International Airport and making a dramatic dash to escape says she might not have been sure what was in her bag, a spokesman for her said Thursday, March 24, 2016, as prosecutors suggested she had smuggled before. (Los Angeles Airport Police via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT
Vanessa Reynold, (R) mother of Marsha Reynold, a flight attendant charged with possession with intent to distribute 70 pounds (32 kg) of cocaine, exits the Brooklyn Federal Court following an hearing in the Brooklyn borough of New York March 24, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
Vanessa Reynold, (L) mother of Marsha Reynold, a flight attendant charged with possession with intent to distribute 70 pounds (32 kg) of cocaine, and other family members exit the Brooklyn Federal Court following an hearing in the Brooklyn borough of New York March 24, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
Attorney's spokesman Allan Jennings, speaks to the press outside the Brooklyn Federal Court following a hearing for Marsha Reynold, a flight attendant charged with possession with intent to distribute 70 pounds (32 kg) of cocaine, in the Brooklyn borough of New York March 24, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
Attorney's spokesman Allan Jennings, speaks to the press outside the Brooklyn Federal Court following a hearing for Marsha Reynold, a flight attendant charged with possession with intent to distribute 70 pounds (32 kg) of cocaine, in the Brooklyn borough of New York March 24, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
Marsha Reynolds, Flight Attendant that escaped after dropping 70lbs of cocaine is in custody https://t.co/oIqjHQl4dr https://t.co/ByEhKa6Z1d
LAX Smuggling Case: Marsha Reynolds was in court in Brooklyn. No plea & no Gucci's. She was wearing gray Converse sneakers per @TracyConnor
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Now, it's not a lot of cocaine. In fact, the department says the scale couldn't even weigh it. However, they point out, "with the cost of white powdery substances these days, somebody probably got home and spent the next 15 minutes going through their pockets, over and over."

Surprising no one, nobody has showed up to the station to claim their drugs.

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