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Home used as cannabis plantation

POLICE have located more than 55 cannabis plants and hydroponic equipment at a Banora Point home.

On Friday morning Tweed police charged a 61-year-old woman with a string of offences after finding the drug set-up while executing a search warrant.

The woman was issued with court attendance notices for cultivation of a prohibited plant, possession of a prohibited plant, stealing of electricity and other offences.

She will appear in Tweed Heads Local Court on June 18.

Topics:  banora point, cannabis, hydroponic drug system, police



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