Stafford Township Police received a troubling report that some of the candy found in a child's trick-or-treat bag on Halloween was laced with cannabis.

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The child who received cannabis laced candy was trick-or-treating in the Ocean Acres area of town near Anchor Avenue in the "Oaks" section, according to police.

Stafford Police learned of the cannabis candy being given out and have begun an investigation.

You're encouraged to report any related incidents to Detective Dunfee at 609-597-1000 extension 8444 or via email at Rdunfee@staffordpolice.org.

"Parents, as always, PLEASE CHECK all of your child’s candy to ensure it’s safety."

(Photo Courtesy: Stafford Township Police Department)

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