Cannabis grow-house discovered in north Cork

Cannabis grow-house discovered in north Cork

Gardaí have seized suspected cannabis plants and cannabis herb worth an estimated €52,700 following a search at a house in north Cork.

The discovery was made at around 7pm last night when gardaí from the Mallow District Drugs Unit executed a search warrant at a house in the Ballyviniter area of Mallow.

During the search, they discovered a grow-house containing €26,000 worth of cannabis plants and €26,300 worth of cannabis herb.

The suspected drugs were seized and will now be sent for analysis.

No arrests have been and a garda spokesman said the investigation is ongoing.

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