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Police uncovers indoor hydroponic Marijuana operation
May 31, 2017

Police have discovered an indoor hydroponic marijuana growing operation, in an empty house located in Lambert's (St. Kitts), on Monday (May 29th).

Officers on a crime prevention and citizen safety patrol, investigated the vacant property, which resulted in the discovery of the marijuana operation.

The officers seized approximately one hundred (100) marijuana plants, with heights between five to six feet.

Additionally, a number of items to support the hydroponic growing operation were seized including water hoses, LED Lighting panels, a transformer, a fan, thermostats, electrical cords and a surge protector.

In the wake of the discovery, Commissioner of Police Mr. Ian M. Queeley stated "this find is an indication that our ongoing counter marijuana cultivation operations are having an impact as we now see a move towards indoor cultivation,

He also expressed his gratitude for the continued commitment displayed by the Officers on a daily basis in efforts to ensure citizen safety.


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