Police confiscate dagga in shack

2016-02-10 06:00
THE Sutherland police confiscated 13,9 kg of dagga at a shack and arrested two men.  Photo: Supplied

THE Sutherland police confiscated 13,9 kg of dagga at a shack and arrested two men. Photo: Supplied

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DAGGA with an estimated street value of R145 000 was recovered by members of the Sutherland police during Operation Fiela- Reclaim recently.

That is after the K9 unit assisted the Sutherland police in following up on information regarding dagga sales at a certain shack in the police station’s precinct.

The police searched the shack and found 13,9 kg of dagga on the premises and arrested two men in this regard.

The suspects (34 and 35 years old respectively) have appeared in the Sutherland Magistrate’s Court on Monday, 1 February (01/02).

The case was remanded for today (10/02) for a formal bail application while the investigation continues.

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