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AustraliaPolice find underground cannabis bunker in Cairns

12:45  14 march  2019
12:45  14 march  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Police have discovered a massive cannabis farm in an underground nuclear bunker . Six people have been arrested after police carried out a midnight raid on RGHQ Chilmark, which was constructed in the 1980s in Wiltshire and was designed to protect government officials in case of a nuclear attack

Police were tipped off about the factory by dog walkers who noticed a strange smell in the remote area of countryside near the underground bunker . He expressed disappointment at the failure to tackle the issue of Vietnamese teenagers being trafficked to the UK to work in cannabis farms.

Police find underground cannabis bunker in Cairns© Queensland Police Three steps led down to the underground bunker. Police have uncovered an underground bunker containing a cannabis crop in a quiet street in Cairns.

It was a tip-off from Crime Stoppers that led police to the scene that wouldn’t be out of place in a Hollywood blockbuster.

Officers searching a shed on the property at Mooroombool found a tool box that, when opened, revealed a false bottom hiding three steps that led down to an underground cavern.

Police find underground cannabis bunker in Cairns© Queensland Police The toolbox was not all it appeared.

The hand-dug hideaway, appeared to be held up only by acrow props, contained a hydroponic cannabis lab with seven plants.

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Three men who turned a former MoD underground nuclear bunker into a factory capable of producing £2 million worth of cannabis a year were jailed for up to eight years on Friday. The trio were caught leaving the disused bunker in the tiny town of Chilmark, in the South East of England in February.

A 46-year-old man is due to appear in Cairns Magistrates Court next week on three charges.

Police find underground cannabis bunker in Cairns© Queensland Police The hand-dug hideaway contained seven cannabis plants.

It's the second major bust of its kind in Queensland this week.

On Monday, a Vietnamese national was been charged by Queensland Police over more than $1 million worth of cannabis found during a routine traffic stop.

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Thousands of cannabis plants have been found by Wiltshire police in an abandoned underground bunker built in the 1980s to serve as a nuclear shelter. Six people have been arrested in the raid, on charges including cannabis cultivation and human trafficking. The large-scale cannabis farm was

Once British police got past the blast doors to the underground lair, they uncovered 20 rooms brimming with thousands of weed plants. When the British Ministry of Defense built a nuclear bunker in the English town of Chilmark in 1985, it was supposed to act as a government safe house in the

Officers from the Ipswich Tactical Crime Squad were carrying out patrols in Minden, 64km west of Brisbane, when they pulled over a Hyundai iLoad on the Warrego Highway about 7pm.

A search of the vehicle resulted in the alleged discovery of more than 250 kilograms of cannabis with an estimated street value of $1.5 million.

"It was a very large find for us, it was quite significant,” Queensland Police’s Glenn Fleming told 9news.

“There was a smell of cannabis emanating from the vehicle and as a result of that, police had cause to search the vehicle.”

The driver, Cuong Van Phan, was arrested and charged with dangerous drug possession and appeared at Ipswich Magistrate’s Court today.

The 27-year-old did not apply for bail and remains behind bars.

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