Hydroponic dagga lab bust in Cape Town

2015-09-11 17:02
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Cape Town - A tip-off led to the discovery of a fully equipped hydroponic dagga laboratory in Table View in Cape Town on Friday.

Police spokesperson Constable Noloyiso Rwexana in a statement said officers attached to the Cape Town K9 Unit responded to information of suspected illegal activity at a house in Sunningdale.

"Police went to the address in Glen Eagle Road where they uncovered a fully equipped hydroponic dagga laboratory in various rooms in the house," she said.

"Dagga plants of different sizes, lights, fans and other equipment valued at a substantial amount were confiscated."

Two suspects aged 32 and 34 were arrested and will appear in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on Monday.

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