Man, 60s, arrested following discovery of cannabis grow houses in Tipperary

Man, 60s, arrested following discovery of cannabis grow houses in Tipperary

A man has been arrested and charged after €50,000 worth of cannabis plants were seized in Co Tipperary yesterday.

They were found after gardaí searched a house in North Tipperary.

Two rooms had been converted into grow houses, one of the rooms was hidden behind a concealed door covered by a shelving unit.

The grow houses were fitted out with extractor fans, timers for lighting, heaters and irrigation systems.

A man, aged in his 60s, was arrested at the scene.

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