R100 000 worth of dagga seized in Northern Cape

2016-05-05 18:30

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Kimberley – Dagga worth R100 000 was confiscated during a routine police patrol at Sizamile location in Port Nolloth on Thursday morning, Northern Cape police said.  

"Five blue refuse bags filled with 355 parcels of dagga were found hidden in a yard between a vehicle and toilet," said Lieutenant Olebogeng Tawana.  

No arrests had yet been made.  

Tawana said the investigation was continuing.

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