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The package was discovered on Sunday, March 11, and deputies found it had been addressed to a residence in Laramore, Indiana.
It was determined the package contained approximately 30 grams of heroin, a drug-resistant version of fentanyl, and other drugs.
It contained several packages of prescription drugs.The Laramé County Sheriff�s Office says the package was not delivered to the address listed on the package.
It remains under investigation.
Anyone with information about the package is asked to contact LaramiewoodSheriff�s office at 812-717-2537 or Crime Stoppers at 866-7LOCKED UP: A series of robberies targeting local businesses and businesses that sell alcohol are taking place.
On Tuesday, March 14, police say three masked men entered a local liquor store and stole a bottle of whiskey from the register.
The next day, March 15, a man with a gun walked into a local convenience store and pulled out a gun.
The suspects fled in a car, but the driver stopped, according to police.
On March 19, two men entered an Indiana bar and stole $1,200 in cash from the bar.
The next day on March 20, two masked men with guns approached a local restaurant and demanded cash from patrons.
The second time, the bar patrons handed over $3,000.
On March 21, a local pizza delivery driver reported that two men broke into his car and stole the cash.
The men fled the scene.
On Wednesday, March 23, a masked man with what appeared to be a firearm approached a customer at a local bank and demanded money.
The man ran out of the bank, according the report.
On Thursday, March 24, a woman was robbed at gunpoint at her home on the 1100 block of Northwest 42nd Avenue.
The robber reportedly told the woman he had a gun, and that he was going to rob her.
The woman ran to her car, where she saw the robber was in a white Toyota Highlander.
The driver told the driver to keep his distance, and the driver got out of his car.
The suspect fled on foot.
Anyone who has information about this incident is asked, if they can, to contact Crime Stills at 864-979-8477.
If you wish to remain anonymous, you can call Crime Stiffs at 865-471-3271.