Two suspect who allegedly deal in illegal drugs have been apprehended by the Cape Town police.
The arrest came after the police uncovered an hydroponic dagga lab in Ottery on Tuesday morning.
The police officers attached to the provincial detectives unit followed a tip-off that led them to a business park in Ferndale Drive.
The police’s Andre Traut said: “At approximately 10:45, the members, with the assistance of Cape Town Flying Squad, uncovered and hydroponic cannabis laboratory comprising of dagga drying equipment and various dagga plants valued at R82,000.”
#sapsWC Four cooling units transformed into hot houses, fully equipped with plants in various stages of cultivation, were found. The equipment, the plants and a substantial amount of dried cannabis were confiscated. Duo aged 33 and 36 arrested on charges of drug trafficking ME pic.twitter.com/RfHdKJK5ky
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