Another Eurobodalla property has been raided, with cannabis seized.
Batemans Bay Police said they searched a Surfside home on the afternoon of Monday, February 27, and found a cannabis plant and hydroponic equipment (transformers and lamps) in a garage.
Officers said drug utensils were found in the residence.
All items were seized.
Investigations are continuing.
The raid follows the discovery of two separate cannabis plantations in Surf Beach and Moruya recently.
Far South Coast police seized cannabis plants with a street value of $100,000 following a search of a property in Moruya on Saturday, February 25.
Police seized 65 plants were from the rural address in North Head Drive at about 5.45pm on February 25.
The cannabis plants found by police ranged from 30 centimetres to 2 metres tall in several locations on the property.
Police investigations are continuing.
In the lead-up to Saturday’s raid, Far South Coast police seized more than 50 cannabis plants in Surf Beach last Thursday, February 23.
Police found 54 cannabis plants, leaf and seeds were at a property on Pacific Road.
According to police a woman at the address abused them, threw items and damaged property during the raid.
She was charged with obstructing/hindering a person executing a warrant, using offensive language and destroying/damaging property.
She is due to face Batemans Bay Local Court on Monday March 20.
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