Cannabis plants worth around £40,000 seized in Antrim

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Cannabis plants with an estimated street value of 40-thousand pounds have been seized in Antrim.

They were discovered at a house in the Beechgrove area yesterday afternoon.

Two men in their 20's have been charged with a range of drugs offences.

They'll appear in court tomorrow.
 

A PSNI spokesperson said:

"Two men aged, 20 and 22, have been charged with cultivating cannabis, possession of a class B controlled drug, dishonestly using electricity and possessing criminal property.  They are expected to appear before Antrim Magistrates Court tomorrow, Tuesday 07 May."

 

"The charges are in connection with the discovery of cannabis plants with an estimated street value of £40,000 following the search of a house in the Beechgrove area of Antrim yesterday afternoon, Sunday 05 May."

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