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CanadaRCMP seize 2,700 cannabis plants during raid on Mission grow-op

07:50  21 august  2019
07:50  21 august  2019 Source:   theprovince.com

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The RCMP say they have busted a cannabis grow operation in a Mission home that was being used in an illegal marijuana shipping operation. The RCMP say the property, and everything located on it, has been referred to B.C.’s Civil Forfeiture Office for review. The property has deemed uninhabitable

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RCMP seize 2,700 cannabis plants during raid on Mission grow-op On Aug. 14, officers with the Federal Serious and Organized Crime Unit’s Clandestine Lab Enforcement and Response Team executed a search warrant on a property in 32800 block of Cameron Avenue of Mission.

The RCMP say they have busted a cannabis grow operation in a Mission home that was being used in an illegal marijuana shipping operation.

On Aug. 14, officers with the Federal Serious and Organized Crime Unit’s Clandestine Lab Enforcement and Response Team executed a search warrant on a property in the 32800-block of Cameron Avenue. Police seized 2,717 plants in various stages of growth, in 12 rooms in a residence and a business.

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Approximately 170 mature cannabis plants were discovered along with a significant quantity of harvested plant material. The suspected grow house was raided on Tuesday, March 5. Pic: An Garda Siochana. The total estimated street value of the cannabis discovered is €235,000.

Four people were located inside, but none was the registered owner. All were released as the investigation continues.

The search came as part of a probe into the illegal interprovincial shipping of marijuana in which packages of up to 50 pounds were being sent through courier businesses.

“In this particular instance the property owner did have a licence to grow medicinal marijuana, but the sheer number of plants we located grossly outnumbered what was legally permitted,” said RCMP Supt. Richard Bergevin. “Unfortunately, despite new legislation there are still criminals looking to profit from illegal grow-ops and distribution of marijuana.”

The RCMP say the property, and everything located on it, has been referred to B.C.’s Civil Forfeiture Office for review. The property has been deemed uninhabitable by police due to the extensive damage caused by the grow-op.

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