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Well that’s one way to celebrate 4/20.

Responding to reports of a home invasion in Canada, police came across something else unusual instead — 8,000 suspected marijuana cookies.

The baked goods, which are believed to be laced with marijuana, were seized from a house in British Columbia Thursday after the home’s resident reported an attempted break-in around noon. Though the two male suspects fled on foot, police did not walk away empty-handed.

“I’ve never seen anything like it before. It’s an unprecedented number of cookies,” White Rock Royal Canadian Mounted Police Constable Janelle Shoihet told CBC News. “It was a bit like a bakery in there.”

According to The Province, police said the 22-year-old man living in the home managed to drive off the two attackers after they assaulted him with a crowbar.