Seven dogs and a “significant amount of cannabis plants, some five feet tall and some seven inches tall,” were seized, police confirmed.

Bermuda Police said, “On Thursday, August 18, 2022, Tactical Force officers [PSU] Assisted the Government Animal Control Service with a search warrant under the Dog Act 2008 at a Hamilton Parish residence, resulting in the seizure of seven dogs. During the search, officers found a significant amount of cannabis plants, some as tall as 5 feet 7 inches.

“A man was arrested on suspicion of cultivation, the plants were confiscated and an investigation into the matter was launched.

“If you have information related to this investigation, please call the Police Assistance Division at 247-1784 or email Anyone with information is encouraged to call 295-0011, the non-emergency contact center at 211 or the confidential crime prevention number 800-8477.

“Meanwhile, on Sunday, August 21, officers from the Tactical Operations Department searched for an unrelated matter when they discovered a large number of cannabis plants growing up to five and nine feet tall in the garden of a Devonshire residence. We executed the warrant. Height in. The plant was seized under the Substance Abuse Act.”

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