Cannabis found in concrete bunker

[BREAKING NEWS]: A LARGE amount of cannabis plants have been discovered in an underground bunker at a Tumbulgum property this morning.

A 62-year-old was arrested by police from the Tweed Byron Drug Unit who executed a search warrant on the rural property about 9.30am today.
The man was arrested as a part of an investigation into alleged ongoing drug supply in the local area.
 
While at the property, police located elaborate hydroponic cultivation equipment in a subterranean concrete bunker. It will be alleged the bunker was built specifically for the cultivation of cannabis.
 
A large number of plants, in varying stages of maturity, have also been located.
 
Inquiries are continuing.



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