424 marijuana plants seized at grow-op in Watson Sask.: RCMP

A marijuana grow-op in Watson, Sask., has been busted, says the RCMP.

Police said they initially went to a building on Railway Avenue in the community 90 km east of Saskatoon on Jan. 18 after an alarm went off.

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A number of marijuana plants were discovered, police said.

The RCMP said an investigation was launched and it was determined the plants were not being grown under a Health Canada medical licence and in contravention of the Cannabis Act.

Members of the RCMP trained Clandestine Laboratory Team assisted RCMP officers in searching the building on Jan. 30.

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Police said 424 marijuana plants at various levels of maturity were seized, along with hydroponic equipment.

No charges have been announced and police said they continue to investigate.

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