BOURNE (CBS) – It’s tax season, and Bourne police are offering to help drug dealers with their “business dealings” in a tongue-in-cheek Facebook post.

“With tax season rapidly approaching, we know how hard it can be for you to provide a detailed accounting of your business related income and expenses,” police write. “That’s why our certified drug transaction reporting specialists will be available 24/7, free of charge, to assist you with analyzing your business dealings.”

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Bourne police also note that “records and receipts for businesses expenses and transactions are very helpful.”

The Facebook post was shared about 5,000 times in just a few hours on Thursday.

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Anyone willing to take police up on their offer is invited to come to 175 Main St. and request the “Tax Security Special.”

Last year, Charlton police went with a similar tactic on social media, offering to help drug dealers eliminate their competition.

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Southeastern Massachusetts has been hit especially hard by the opioid crisis in the region, with 42 deaths in the towns around Beth Israel Deaconess Plymouth in 2014.