Bag of marijuana donated to PA Salvation Army

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SUGARCREEK, PA – Some donors in Sugarcreek, Pennsylvania are giving a whole new meaning to dope finds.

Workers at a Salvation Army said they found weed in a bag of donated clothes. And, it turns out it wasn’t a small bag o’ green either. Police there say the large plastic bag contained a “substantial quantity” of pot — one that someone’s probably missing a heck of a lot by now.

Cops say they’re working with store employees to figure out just where the bag of weed and clothes came from. But, you can bet, whoever lost it is probably far, far away from being on cloud nine.

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