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Monday, May 16, 2022
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Ontario police seize 2,400 weed plants from illicit grow

The police estimate of the weed is worth around $1.2 million

Side view of an Ontario Provincial Police Cruiser
Image via Ontario Provincial Police

Police in Ontario say they’ve dismantled an illicit cannabis grow, seizing more than $1 million worth of plants and dried weed as a result.

In a statement, Ontario Provincial Police say the raid happened on Saturday at an address on Talbot Road in Leamington.

Police seized more than 2,400 plants at various stages of growth, more than 1,600 grams of packaged illicit weed and cannabis processing equipment.

Read more: $32M in illicit weed seized and 21 arrested in Ontario bust

No arrests were mentioned.

The OPP is asking anyone with information to contact them.


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