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1500 cannabis plants found in a residence

1500 cannabis plants found in a residence


Montreal police have seized Friday afternoon in 1500 cannabis plants at a residence on Cote de Liesse, Mont-Royal.


Investigators are landed at 14 h 30 in the home near St. Clare path. There they found the impressive plantation.

The operator of the illegal installation was not there at the police arrived. No arrests have yet been made, said the spokesman of the Police Department of the City of Montreal (SPVM), Sewing Handbook.

The investigation continues to find the person who operated the plantation. By early evening, the police ended the plants out of the residence.

According to reports, the cannabis found could have a resale value of $ 1.5 million.

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