Police Seize Large Ganga Crop In St. David’s

TNN understands police may have disrupted a cannabis growing operation in the St. David’s area sometime last week.

TNN has been informed the bust included about one hundred cannabis plants in plastic buckets.

Reports are no one was arrested in connection with the incident, however a dog which was apparently used to guard the plot, was taken away by the dog wardens.

TNN sort a response from the BPS on the large discovery.

The Bermuda Police Service can confirm that a number of illegally grown cannabis plants were seized during an exercise in the eastern parishes.

We are confident this exercise disrupted a criminal enterprise as it is clear the cannabis was destined to be sold.

These illegal sales may have been used to finance the importation of firearms and or other illegal drugs into Bermuda.
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