Thames Valley Police approach crime with a sense of humor.
Officers “seized and destroyed” marijuana crops found growing in a wooded area near Oxford, United Kingdom, on July 8. The makeshift farm was brought to their attention by a member of the public.
After digging up the plants, officers left a note for the grower. They shared it on their Twitter account along with a photo of the area between Wolvercote Mill Stream and the A34 where the plants were found.
Officers apologized for missing the owner of the crops and urged them to give the station a call to discuss further action.
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“Ooops! Sorry we missed each other but feel free to call me on 101 so we can discuss a deal. Lots of love, TVP xx,” the note read.
On Friday, our officers dug up a cannabis plantation in Oxford, following a tip off.
The officers even left a little message too! 😇😂 pic.twitter.com/4dUXAjCjET
— Thames Valley Police (@ThamesVP) July 9, 2017
The tweet garnered lots of attention online. Twitter users praised the police for having “a sense of humour,” calling the stunt “brilliant.” Thames Valley Police graciously replied to many commenters.
No arrests have been made at this time, BBC reports.
- united kingdom
- drug busts
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