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PICS: Police seize R1million worth of dagga in Gauteng headed for Cape Town

Police seized dagga with a street value of R1million from a home in Clayville in Olifantfontein. Picture: SAPS

Police seized dagga with a street value of R1million from a home in Clayville in Olifantfontein. Picture: SAPS

Published Mar 7, 2022

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Durban: A 38-year-old man is expected to appear in the Thembisa Magistrate’s Court on Monday after he was allegedly found in possession of R1million worth of dagga.

A suspect was arrested and is expected to appear in court. Picture: SAPS

According to Gauteng police spokesperson, Lieutenant Colonel Mavela Masondo, the dagga was headed from Gauteng to Cape Town.

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“Members of SANEB, together with members of Crime Intelligence and K9 Gauteng, responded to a complaint of a house at Clayville in Olifantfontein where they were dealing in dagga.

“On arrival, police found dagga loaded in a bakkie and some kept at the back of the house. A preliminary investigation revealed that the dagga was to be transported to Cape Town. The suspect that was found in the premises was arrested and charged with dealing in dagga.”

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