Police in Australia are investigating after needles and thumbtacks were found in a punnet of strawberries and other food sold at a Woolworths supermarket.
The items were reported by three different customers at the chain's store in The Grove shopping centre in Golden Grove, Adelaide, according to ABC.
Metal needles were found in a punnet of strawberries and in an avocado, and thumbtacks were found in a loaf of bread, police confirmed to ABC.
Police said the items were found between June 27 and July 1 and appeared to be "deliberate acts".
Woolworths was working with police and would provide CCTV footage from the store to help with the investigation, ABC reported.
"As a precautionary measure, our store team opened up and inspected other stock in these batches," a spokesperson said.
"We found no further product safety concerns in these checks."
The incident follows a period in 2018 where numerous cases of needles were found in strawberries sold across Australia.
That led to the wholesale price of the fruit dropping considerably as shoppers turned away in fear, leading many farmers to have to throw away their crops.