WATCH: Doringkop dagga plantation exposed

Police sift through the huge quantities of dagga.

Police uncovered three tunnels of dagga plantations to the value of about R2 million in a house on Langerbosch Farm in Doringkop earlier today.

The cops also found fertilizers, incubators and sift seedlings.

Potted dagga plants found in the house in Dorinkop.

KwaDukuza police spokesperson Sibusiso Khuzwayo said a 36-year-old foreign national was apparently staying in a back room.

“Police are still investigating and an arrest will be made soon,” said Khuzwayo.

According to police officers not authorised to speak to the media, the owner of the house claims he did not know about the dagga as he was renting the house out.

Khuzwayo said the plantation was exposed thanks to a tip-off from the community and urged residents to keep on reporting any suspicious activities.

Towering dagga plants discovered by the police on Langerbosch Farm in Doringkop farm on Monday.

WATCH: Khuzwayo shares more information on the discovery.

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