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Over €20k of suspected cannabis seized at grow house in Inchigeela yesterday

November 6th, 2020 11:55 AM

By Siobhan Cronin

Gardaí discovered a sophisticated grow house containing a conveyor belt grow system, fans, lights and ventilation.

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GARDAÍ seized €20,800 of suspected cannabis following the discovery of a cannabis grow house yesterday.

At around 7.30pm, gardaí from the West Cork Divisional Drugs Units executed a search warrant at a house in the Inchigeela area.

During the course of the search, gardaí discovered a sophisticated grow house containing a conveyor belt grow system, fans, lights and ventilation.

 

 

The suspected cannabis plants, at various stages of growth, are worth an estimated €14,800.

A further search of the house led to the seizure of €6,000 of suspected cannabis herb. All of the suspected drugs will now be sent to Forensic Science Ireland for analysis.

No arrests have been made, but gardaí are following a definite line of enquiry.

• A wide-ranging interview with Chief Supt Con Cadogan regarding drugs in West Cork and many other issues will be available on our website next week – the latest episode in the Southern Star Coronavirus Podcast series.

 

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