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Hong Kong police seize HK$14 million worth of cannabis during raid on indoor marijuana farm in village

The suspects were arrested on suspicion of cultivating cannabis plants – an offence that carries a maximum penalty of 15 years in jail along with a fine of HK$100,000 under the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance. Trafficking in a dangerous drug carries a maximum penalty of life imprisonment.

“The bedrooms on the ground and first floors were used to grow cannabis plants,” Wu said. “Solar lights and fertilisers, which were used to speed up plant growth, were also seized.” He said most of the plants were almost fully grown and would soon be ready to harvest. Police believed the finished products were for local consumption and would have been sold online.

Original Article (South China Morning Post):
Hong Kong police seize HK$14 million worth of cannabis during raid on indoor marijuana farm in village
Artwork Fair Use: CEphoto, Uwe Aranas

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