A Casper College student returned to his vehicle Monday afternoon and found three loaves of unidentified bread on the passenger seat.
That wasn't the biggest surprise.
The Casper Police Department later confirmed the bread was contaminated with the drug LSD, according to Casper College Director of Public Relations Rich Fujita.
Fujita said the student contacted campus security to report the mysterious loaves, which he stumbled upon about noon Monday.
"He had no idea where they came from," Fujita said.
Campus security conducted a field test, Fujita said. After determining the bread was suspicious, it forwarded the loaves to Casper police. The police department confirmed LSD was present in the bread and has since taken over the investigation, Fujita said.
Fujita said he knew of no suspect or possible motive as of late Monday afternoon. He also had no information about whether the car was unlocked or a window was open at the time of the incident.
The Casper Police Department didn't return the Star-Tribune’s calls for comment Monday.
In an email alert sent at 3:15 p.m. Monday, the college warned people to not eat foods of unknown origin.