THURMONT, Md. (AP) — Police in Thurmont say more than 300 packs of potpourri incense have been stolen from a gas station.

Officers say the front door of the Liberty Gas Station was broken and the packs of potpourri incense, which sell for $35 to $55 each, were taken.

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The News-Post of Frederick says the burglary was reported Tuesday.

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Police say potpourri incense is also known as synthetic marijuana and is not for human ingestion.

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