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At least 12 Amazon boxes with various items found disposed in St. Johns Co. dumpster

Aside from the empty boxes, the items disposed in the dumpster include an organic chemistry chart, brown hair dye, a Florida Gators hoodie, and more.
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Boxes move along a conveyor belt at an Amazon fulfillment center on January 20, 2015 in Tracy, California.

ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. — A dozen emptied Amazon packages were found in a St. Johns County dumpster Friday. 

The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office responded to 212 Hidden Dune Ct. Jan. 12 in reference to multiple open Amazon packages and their various contents in a construction dumpster on the property. 

Police spoke with the owner of the property who did not know how they go there. 

After removing the items from the dumpster, it was revealed that all the owners of the packages lived in the same area of Orange Park in the zip code 32065. 

All 12 residents the SJSO spoke with regarding their packages informed police their package showed "out for delivery," with a delivery date of January 13, 2019. 

Because of this, police say they believe it was the delivery driver who opened and dumped the items. 

The SJSO says they contacted Amazon's distribution center in Jacksonville, but were unable to obtain who was in possession of the packages for delivery. 

Aside from the empty boxes, the items disposed in the dumpster include: 

  • Organic chemistry chart
  • Peel and stick wine bottle labels 
  • Chemistry model kit
  • Soft knee brace
  • Power supply
  • 2 batteries with charger pack for GoPro Hero
  • iPhone 7.8 black wallet case
  • Oil color 10 pack
  • 2019  calendar/planner
  • Tail lamp circuit board
  • Peanut butter
  • Punch needle set
  • Porcelain ring holder plate
  • Brown hair dye
  • Wet suit boots, size 11
  • Keyboard sustain pedal
  • Florida Gators blue hoodie

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