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Two arrested after North End grow-op shut down

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Winnipeg police shut down a small grow-op in the North End earlier this week.

Late afternoon Wednesday, the marijuana grow-op unit along with members of the tactical support team executed a search warrant at a residence in the 300 block of Polson Avenue.

Among the items seized during the search include 224 marijuana plants (estimated street value $250,000), four pounds of dry marijuana ($10,000), various grow-op equipment ($6,000) and $2,000 cash.

Two men, aged 25 and 33, inside the home were arrested and are facing numerous drug-related charges.

They were released on promises to appear.

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