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Some Generous Stoner Left a Bunch of Weed to Goodwill in a Donated Cooler

Police in Washington are currently looking for the mysterious Johnny Marijuana Seed figure who left nearly four pounds of weed at the local charity store.

The police in Monroe, Washington, are currently trying to figure out who anonymously donated a cooler to the local Goodwill—not to give that person a tax receipt for their very heartfelt donation—but to find out why there was $24,000 worth of weed inside of it.

On Tuesday, the Monroe PD posted a photo of said cooler on Twitter, with a very jolly-looking police officer standing above it, revealing almost five bags of pot stashed inside.

Although marijuana sales in Washington State are legal for both medical and recreational use, it's only lawful to have an ounce or less for personal use. Anything more than 40 grams is a felony that can carry a five-year jail sentence and a $10,000 fine.

According to a local FOX affiliate, the police are checking the charity store's security cameras to see if they can identify the very forgetful stoner who left roughly four pounds of weed in an otherwise unassuming cooler. Or perhaps the culprit was actually just Johnny Marijuana Seed making a charitable donation, spreading the word and spreading the seeds.