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Man charged over drug 'factory'

Cannabis plants
Police discovered what they described as a 'cannabis factory' in Ballykinler

A 37-year-old man has been charged with growing cannabis after police officers uncovered what they described as a "cannabis factory" in County Down.

The discovery was made in Ballykinler on Friday.

The man was also charged with the possession of class B drugs, possession with intent to supply, criminal damage and dishonestly obtaining electricity.

He is expected to appear in court in Downpatrick on 23 November.



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