The Cape Town Metro Police Department’s K9 unit raided approximately R1.5 million’s worth of cannabis during their operation in Sir Lowry’s Pass.
Metro Police spokesperson Ruth Solomons reports that at approximately 15:25 the officers executed a search warrant at an address in Sir Lowry’s Pass on Friday.
At the address, the K9 unit found a total of 655 high-grade cannabis plants across multiple rooms.
In addition, three bags of cannabis and Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) oil were also found during the search.
Solomons says that the raided lot has an estimated street value of R1.5 million.
Two suspects, aged 34 and 40, were arrested and detained at the Somerset West SAPS station to continue the investigation.