Metro police department puts out “warning” about “highly-addictive substance”

Metro police department puts out “warning” about “highly-addictive substance”
Uh oh, it's that time of year again. Girl Scout Cookies are on sale.

The Duluth Police Department is “warning" people in metro Atlanta to be on the lookout for a “highly-addictive substance": Girl Scout Cookies.

In a Facebook post Wednesday, the department jokingly identified these “substances” by the “street names” of popular Girl Scout cookies.

Based on a very thorough investigation, police believe people are getting hooked after hearing feel-good stories.

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Posted by Duluth Police Department on Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Of course, this time of year is when Girl Scout cookies go on sale and the debate over which cookie is the best comes up again.

But if you come into contact with these cookies and don’t know what to do, Duluth police said feel free to drop them off at their headquarters.

Officers have been trained for “proper disposal.”