Gone With The Wind: Cannabis Pillaging on the Rise in Ontario as Harvest Season Arrives

Article by David Yasvinski, Growth Op

NEWS Gone with the wind: Pot pillaging on the rise in Ontario as harvest season arrives “I think any time I’ve ever heard of a plant getting stolen it’s frustrating because it’s earlier than the ideal time to harvest." By David Yasvinski Farmers with their specially developed harvesting machines crop a cannabis field in Naundorf, eastern Germany, on September 19, 2018. JAN WOITAS/DPA/AFP via Getty Images Some Ontario growers aren’t getting the chance to reap what they sow thanks to an uptick in robberies that have — not coincidentally — arrived alongside harvest season.

Some Ontario growers aren’t getting the chance to reap what they sow thanks to an uptick in robberies that have — not coincidentally — arrived alongside harvest season.

The latest such theft took place in Guelph, according to the CBC, where OPP officers attended a rural property as the act was underway. Police witnessed the suspects running to a parked car and, after a short investigation, seized “a duffel bag containing fresh marijuana” and took the pot pillagers into custody.

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