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Massachusetts police officers have become the Amazon, the drivers, after the packages were found in a cemetery

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Police officers in Massachusetts, took it upon himself Monday to the delivery of a stash of Amazon’s packages have been found at a burial site.

The Burlington Police Department tweeted a photo of the non-delivered packages to them, saying, “proper grounds keeper” at the Chestnut Hill Cemetery to the north-west of Boston saw something “suspicious” in a dumpster and alerted the authorities.

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The packages were delivered to Burlington residents so that staff have reported to Amazon, and started giving them.

Police won’t say how much, but WFXT-TV reported, officials said there were about 40.

Burlington police officer Roberto Reyes told the station that the packages were dated as of Sept. 22, which indicates that they are due to be delivered on Sunday.

“A couple of residents I spoke with today, a lot of people were not at home today, unfortunately, but few of the residents that I spoke with today were surprised to see me, of course, but once she explained the circumstances, they were very gracious,” Reyes said.

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The authorities are investigating how the packages ended up in the graveyard. The person in charge could be faced with criminal charges, ” she said.

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