Marijuana plants are displayed on the hood of a police cruiser in this undated photo in Danbury, New Hampshire. (Danbury Police Department)

New Hampshire police make odd offer to pot grower after destroying plants

DANBURY, N.H. — A New Hampshire police department that recently pulled up some marijuana plants has offered the pot grower counseling in a Facebook post.

Monday’s post on the Danbury Police Department’s site says if the pot grower gets home, goes for a walk in the woods, finds the summer’s “horticulture project” gone and wants to talk about it he or she should call.

It says, “We will offer you some counseling to get through your loss.” The posting also says a business card was left at the grow site.

The town of about 1,200 residents is about 30 miles northwest of Concord.