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Bag ‘full of drugs’ left with sharpened screwdriver at Ipswich railway station

PUBLISHED: 10:03 31 December 2017 | UPDATED: 10:20 31 December 2017

The items were found at Ipswich railway station. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

The items were found at Ipswich railway station. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

The owner of a sharpened screwdriver and a bag “full of drugs”, which were left at Ipswich railway station, is reported to have attempted to reclaim their lost property.

The British Transport Police’s East Anglia team posted pictures of the lost items on Twitter on Saturday afternoon.

“Have you left a bag full of drugs and a sharpened screwdriver at @greateranglia #IPS?,” it said.

“Did you even pop by earlier to see if it had been handed in?

“Fear not! We know who you are and where you live so all’s not lost.

“We’ll be in touch for a chat.”

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