Police in New Jersey are hoping to reunite 50 pounds of marijuana to its owner after they say it was shipped to the wrong address. In all, at least 31 bags of pot were found outside a Hazlet home, near Middletown, on Tuesday, with the shipment addressed to someone who didn’t live at the residence, police said. Hit the jump for more.

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That led to the homeowner calling police who posted photos of the green goods on their Facebook page Thursday.

“If you were expecting these packages and would like to claim them, please come to Police Headquarters,” the Hazlet Township Police Department wrote.

The photos have generated a lot of chatter in the comments section, but so far, no apparent claims.

Police said their detectives are working with County, State and Federal Law enforcement agencies to locate the cannabis’ owner.

According to the Garden State’s law, possessing 25 pounds or more marijuana can lead to 10 to 20 years in prison along with a maximum $300,000 fine.

No matter which state you’re in — with marijuana being legal to purchase in four states — mailing marijuana across state lines is a federal offense.

Damn, some plug fucked up to say the least.