Police nab two backyard bandits for stealing Ontario cannabis plant

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More than a few Canadians were heartbroken this fall as their summer cannabis grows were snatched up by thieves in the final weeks of the season. Police around the country reported a spike in backyard bandits and among them was a case in Lindsay, Ont., where a single plant was nabbed from someone’s backyard. It’s a common story, but in a rare twist, the suspects have now been apprehended. Here’s what’s on the ballot when it comes to cannabis and the U.S. election Three kangaroos, two zebras and $150 million of illegal cannabis seized by York Regional Police Canadian researchers receive more than $4 million in funding to breed better cannabis The green-thumbed grower had set up video surveillance on the plant, a measure that Tanya Calvert, a corporate communications officer with the St. Thomas Police Service, recommended to Canadian growers earlier this year . They handed the video footage, which showed a man and a woman working together to steal the plant, over to the Kawartha Lakes Police Service, which announced the suspects were arrested this past weekend in Lindsay. The duo has been charged with theft under $5,000 and possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000. There…

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