Two arrested following discovery of cannabis and grow houses in West Cork

Two arrested following discovery of cannabis and grow houses in West Cork

Two people have been arrested following the discovery of €102,000 worth of cannabis and two grow houses in West Cork.

Following an initial search of a house in Tullyland in Bandon last month, Gardai found a grow house and €55,000 worth of cannabis.

Follow-up searches took place yesterday in Ballinhassig in which a second grow house was discovered containing cannabis plants worth €47,000.

Gardai have arrested a man in his late 30s and a woman in her late 20s.

They are both being held at Bandon and Clonakilty Garda Stations.

-Digital Desk

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