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Ganja valuing US$7.5m confiscated in Bahamas

Published:Saturday | April 12, 2014 | 2:21 PM

The police in The Bahamas this morning revealed that they have confiscated marijuana worth an estimated US$7.5 million.

The marijuana, which the police say was being cultivated in an undeveloped area in east Grand Bahama, was seized during a joint operation with the United States Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).

The police say no one was arrested and the investigations are continuing.

It is reported that members of the Bahamian Drug Enforcement Unit and personnel from the DEA, acting on a tip, went to the undeveloped area where they discovered a number of marijuana plants.

According to the police, the plots contained approximately 75,000 plants.


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