Hong Kong cannabis farm raid nets HK$36 million worth of drug; 1 arrested, 2 suspects still on run

Customs officers have arrested a 34-year-old man after shutting down a triad-controlled indoor marijuana farm that could produce as much as HK$150 million worth of cannabis a year.A citywide manhunt was taking place on Tuesday evening for at least two other men suspected of working as farmers in the three-storey house in Pat Heung, which was used to grow cannabis plants.The pair, aged 29 and 35, were not inside the house when customs officers raided it with a court warrant on Sunday night…

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