Drugs, a wad of cash and cannabis grinders were thrown on the floor after a group of men was seen taking part in a potential drug deal in Wellingborough.
Police officers are now appealing for the owner of the items pictured to come forward and speak to them.
On Saturday, January 9, neighbourhood officers conducting foot patrols on the Queensway estate and saw what looked to be a drug deal in Olympic Way.
At the sight of the officers, the group dispersed with one man throwing a number of items as he ran away, including drugs, a large quantity of cash, cannabis grinders and some personal belongings.
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Neighbourhood Policing Sergeant Chris Stevens, said: “We’re really disappointed that the owner of these items ran away from us and didn’t feel like he wanted to stick around and talk to us.
"We’d really like him to come to a police station of his choice at his earliest convenience to try and have that conversation with us in the warm.
"We know he must be be missing his property - especially the cash!"
If you are the person who dropped these items or you know who he is you can get in touch either in person or on the phone via 101 quoting incident number 21000014955.