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Simple mistake costs dealer 50 pounds

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New Jersey police are searching for persons involved with a misdelivered package, according to NBC News. The box contained about 50 pounds of marijuana, what authorities say is worth $100,000.

The package was shipped to the wrong address Tuesday. The homeowner claims several other packages were also mailed to a recipient who does not live there. Police are investigating possible neighbors it might have been intended for. They are also tracing where the package originated, and who might have sent it.

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Hazlet police publicly announced, “If you were expecting these packages and would like to claim them, please come to Police Headquarters.”

To learn more about the mysterious package, check out the full story on NBC News.

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