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Cops claim $2m cannabis crop netted in raid

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Police claim to have seized some $2 million worth of cannabis growing at a property at Ewingar, south of Tabulam, on Thursday (August 13).

Acting on information, officers attached to Richmond LAC raided the property on Peckhams Road about 10.50am.

No one was home at the time but during the search officers allegedly located and seized over 1000 cannabis plants as well as other cannabis products with a street value of over $2 million.

Investigations continue.


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