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Grow-op raided on Burnell Street

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Two men have been charged with running a marijuana grow operation after police executed a search warrant Monday night in Winnipeg’s West End.

Police said the tactical support and canine units took part in the search of the home in the 800 block of Burnell Street at about 10:30 p.m. Police said in a news release that they seized 138 marijuana plants with an estimated street value of $154,560, 1.2 kilograms of packaged marijuana with an estimated value of nearly $7,000, $5,000 worth of grow operation equipment and a pellet gun.

The men, 54 and 29, are facing several drug-related charges and were released on a promise to appear.

 

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