Search warrant leads police to stolen property, illegal cannabis grow op also found

A search warrant has turned up more than police were expecting at a Guelph residence.

Guelph police say that the warrant was in regard to a stolen property investigation. When police arrived, though, they found an illegal cannabis grow-op.

The investigation began on Aug. 8 after a business in north Guelph reported that more than two dozen laptops were stolen from its office, along with electrician tools.

The total value of the theft was about $60,000.

Police were able to identify two suspects, a 29-year-old man and a 27-year-old woman. Both are from Moorefield, and neither was named.

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