Decorating rooms to hide a cannabis factory did not work for this farmer

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Police say that the suspects attempted to hide the factory by “decorating the rooms” of the home in which it was housed, while illegally diverting power and electricity into the building. “Turns out decorating rooms to hide a cannabis factory did not work,” a rep for the Hinckley Road police department said in a Twitter statement. “One factory found on the Braunstone, as well as the electricity bypassed and abstracted. Subscribe to the Cannabis Post newsletter for weekly insights into the industry, what insiders will be talking about and content from across the Postmedia Network. How some Canadians are getting scammed trying to buy weed online Got an extra $12-million kicking around? Want to keep up to date on what’s happening in the world of cannabis? Although disguising a bong as a flower vase might have been a trick famous during the high school years, a cannabis farmer in Leicester, England adopted similar camouflage tactics while trying to conceal a massive illegal grow.

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Although disguising a bong as a flower vase might have been a trick famous during the high school years, a cannabis farmer in Leicester, England adopted similar camouflage tactics while trying to conceal a massive illegal grow.

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