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Cash, cannabis and secret grow room found

As part of ongoing investigations into the activities of a group involved in the trafficking and cultivation cannabis, police searched properties at Greenwith and Port Wakefield yesterday, Sunday 24 January.

Members attached to the Serious and Organised Crime Branch located 65 immature cannabis plants growing in pots in what appeared to be a ‘nursery’ style set up at Greenwith.

Police also located a number of racks that appeared to have been used to dry harvested cannabis, although no harvested cannabis was located during the search.

The cannabis plants and associated equipment were located in a room under the main house.  Access to this room was via a secreted doorway hidden by a bookcase that could only be opened via electronic…

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