Gardaí uncover grow house in Monaghan with more than 300 cannabis plants

Gardaí uncover grow house in Monaghan with more than 300 cannabis plants
Some of the cannabis plants at the grow house. Pic: Garda Press Office

A cannabis grow house with around a quarter of a million euro worth of cannabis plants has been found in Co. Monaghan.

Gardaí in Carrickmacross found the grow house at a house on Coolshannagh Road, Monaghan, on Saturday.

During the course of the search, officers discovered more than 320 cannabis plants at a mature stage of growth. The plants have an estimated street value of €256,000.

The premises was sealed off for a forensic technical examination, but no arrests have been made and investigations are continuing.

Some of the cannabis plants at the grow house. Pic: Garda Press Office
Some of the cannabis plants at the grow house. Pic: Garda Press Office

- Digital Desk

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