2 suspects arrested after police find dagga worth R1.5 m at Somerset West house

The Cape Town metro police's K-9 unit executed a search warrant at a house in Sir Lowry's Pass on Friday, which resulted in the discovery of the dagga.

FILE: Two suspects aged 34 and 40 were arrested and detained at Somerset West Saps. Picture: 123rf.com

CAPE TOWN – Two suspects have been arrested in Somerset West following the discovery of dagga - worth about R1.5 million.

The Cape Town metro police's K-9 unit executed a search warrant at a house in Sir Lowry's Pass on Friday, which resulted in the discovery of the dagga.

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The City Of Cape Town Metro Police's Ruth Solomons said, “The found 655 higher grade dagga plants cultivated in the rooms, three bags of dagga and a bottle of THC oil. The estimated value of the find is R1.5 million. Two suspects aged 34 and 40 were arrested and detained at Somerset West Saps.”

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