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Arrest linked to marijuana grow-op

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Lake Cowichan RCMP say they have made an arrest linked to a marijuana growing operation on North Shore Road.

Police raided the home on June 27 and found an undisclosed amount of marijuana plants and associated grow-op paraphernalia.

Sgt. Dave Voller says the man was arrested on an unrelated warrant, and his officers were working with the Crown during the weekend to bring the grow-op file before the courts.

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