2 arrested with 19.2kg of dagga

2012-05-05 22:37
Johannesburg - Two men were arrested in Oudtshoorn for possession of 19.2kg of dagga, police said on Saturday.

Following a tip-off from members of the public police stopped and searched a bus enroute from Bloemfontein to Cape Town on Friday, said Captain Malcolm Pojie.

They found 19.2kg of dagga concealed in two suitcases. The two men, believed to be from Mossel Bay were then arrested.

"We believe that the dagga was destined for distribution in the Southern Cape," said Pojie.

The men will appear in the Oudtshoorn Magistrate's Court on Monday.

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