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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Over $6.5 million worth in marijuana trees discovered in a camp in the Moruga district have been destroyed by officers of the South Western Division.
The exercise which was supervised by Sgt. Seepersad, took place on Tuesday.
The exercise included officers attached to the Organised Crime and Intelligence Unit.
During the exercise, officers proceeded into hilly area off La Lune Road, Moruga, where they discovered a camp containing 6500 fully grown marijuana trees, 2500 seedlings and seven pounds of cured marijuana.
The drug has an estimated street value of TT$6,531,000.
Investigations are ongoing.
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