A police department in Pennsylvania is urging parents to be extra cautious with their Halloween candy this year.
Police in the city of Johnstown warned parents to inspect any candy they buy to make sure it doesn't contain THC, the primary active ingredient in marijuana.
"Drug laced edibles are package (sic) like regular candy and may be hard to distinguish from the real candy," a Facebook post from the Johnstown Police Department read.
The warning came after authorities issued a search warrant and found Nerds Rope candy that had 400 mg of THC per rope, according to police. Recreational weed is still illegal in Pennsylvania.