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Snitch Crow Leads Police To Hidden Meth Stash

Some cops use drug dogs to find contraband. But in Western Australia, it seems that crows are willing to do the job instead. A surveillance camera captured a crow fishing a bag of methamphetamine out of a Perth gas station’s garbage can on Monday. After hovering over the receptacle, it plucked out the illegal stash and dumped it next to a pump. Two police officers from the West Australian capital Perth later pulled up at the station to fill their vehicle up with fuel and spotted the narcotics on the ground.
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