To the Dirty Diaper Dumper in Gloucester County: Police may not know who you are yet, but once they do, you better watch out. THEY ARE NOT HAPPY.

According to Greenwich Township Police Department, someone is driving around Gibbstown dropping dirty adult diapers and pads soaked in urine all over the streets.

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Forget about the fact that it's ILLEGAL to do that, it's also SUMMER and the weather is warmer and more humid, meaning these 'loads' probably REEK.

The behavior also begs the question, 'Why?'

At the moment, authorities don't care about the 'why', police made that clear in a statement on Facebook.

In fact, they've invoked the words of one Bryan Mills. That would be Liam Neeson's  character in the movie Taken. Seen it? You know Greenwich Twp. PD isn't messing around.

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Their statement reads, in part, "If you stop now, that'll be the end of it. We will not look for you. We will not pursue you. But if you don't, we will look for you, we will find you, and we will fine you."

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The vehicle police are on the lookout for is reportedly a newer Nissan Altima sedan, gray or dark silver in color, with a New Jersey license plate.

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If you know the identity of this Dirty Diaper Dumper, contact Greenwich Township Police Department at (856) 423-1900 or visit greenwichtwp.com.

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