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A thief who broke into a freight truck in Denver this week made out with some macabre cargo: a box of human heads.

The unknown suspect stole a dolly and a box labeled “Exempt Human Specimen.” The box was full of human heads meant to be used for medical research.

The box also bore a “Science Care” label, KDVR reports. Science Care is a program for donating bodies to science for research and education purposes.

No arrests have been made yet. Investigators are working to gather more information and recover the stolen human remains, Denver police said on Saturday.

The Denver PD released this info…

If someone finds the box containing human heads discarded or abandoned. Immediately call the Denver Police Department at 720-913-2000. If anyone has additional information, they’re encouraged to call the Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at (720) 913-STOP(7867). Tips can be submitted anonymously.

Link: UPI

Amazon drivers see all kinds of things while they’re working. Juan Carlos Flores found something totally unexpected while on his route in North Houston, Texas. The delivery driver spotted an abandoned baby in a car seat on the side of the road and helped reunite him with his mother. It turns out, the baby had been in his mom’s car when it was stolen and the thief just left him on the curb and drove off.

Flores went to a nearby house and called the police with the neighbor. When officers arrived, they told him the mom had reported her car stolen with her five-month-old son inside. She had left her car running while she ran to make sure the door to her apartment was locked and that’s when she was carjacked.

Luckily, both the baby boy and his mom were unharmed in the incident and she was quickly reunited with her son. Flores says, “I feel lucky” to have found the abandoned infant. Now police are sharing security camera footage in hopes of finding the suspect.

Source: NBC News