Maine police ask drug dealers to rat out their rivals by Benjamin Snyder @FortuneMagazine August 19, 2015, 3:43 PM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook Linkedin Share icons Maine’s police force is hoping to get drug dealers to turn in their rival drug dealers in a bid to catch criminals. The Winslow police department posted a flier on Facebook on Monday asking drug dealers to fill out a form with the name, address, and phone numbers of the other drug dealers in their areas, according to the Associated Press. The flier reads: “Attention Drug Dealers. Is your competition costing you customers, and MONEY?” It continues: “We’re here to help!” As the AP notes: The Winslow Police Department isn’t the only law enforcement agency trying the unusual approach. Authorities in Massachusetts, Kentucky and Georgia are among those who have made their own tongue-in-cheek postings. The post currently has 175 likes and 91 shares on the social media site.