Last week, a generous donor gave a little more than he or she may have intended to at a Washington Goodwill. Employees at the donation center opened a cooler than had been dropped off and found it filled with bags of marijuana.

“This cooler was donated over the weekend to the Goodwill,” the Monroe Police Department tweeted. “Employees surprised when they opened the lid. Police were called…”

After examining the contents, police concluded that the cooler contained 3.75 pounds of marijuana, with an estimated street value of $24,000. They have since been examining the Goodwill’s surveillance video in hopes that they can find an image of the person(s) who may have donated the cooler, but no word yet on whether a culprit has been identified.

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Employees at a Washington Goodwill were shocked by what they found inside a cooler that had been donated Twitter/Monroe PD
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