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Agassiz area grow op dismantled

Agassiz RCMP helped to dismantle this grow operation in the Chehalis River Valley, where they found 2,000 plants worth about $2 million. - RCMP photo
Agassiz RCMP helped to dismantle this grow operation in the Chehalis River Valley, where they found 2,000 plants worth about $2 million.
— image credit: RCMP photo

RCMP have dismantled a large outdoor marijuana grow operation near Agassiz.

They found more than 2,000 plants at the site, in the Chehalis River Valley, and estimate the street value at about $2 million.

Agassiz RCMP and the Coordinated Marijuana Enforcement Team took down the operation on Sept. 22.

Cst. Josh Roda is reminding residents that if they see anything suspicious, they should contact the local RCMP at 604-796-2211 or Crime Stoppers.

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