A marijuana trafficking moggy has Dunedin police baffled, after it hauled home a five-gram bag of cannabis.
A Dunedin woman phoned police on Sunday evening to say her cat had brought home a "bag of drugs", Sergeant Reece Munro told the Otago Daily Times.
"You hear of cats bringing dead birds and rats home, but I've never seen anything like this before," he told the newspaper.
Investigations into the haul, worth about $100, were continuing.
As for the cat, there was no news on whether it had abandoned cat nip hits for cannabis.
An unlicensed Timaru woman, 32, blew 1335mcg when she was breathtested at 12.20am on Kauri St.
Police intervened when a Timaru man started breaking bottles on Marston Rd at 3.50pm yesterday.
A Glenavy man, 23, faces charges after police arrested him for smashing down a door at 10pm.
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