Vancouver police are investigating a marijuana plant found growing in a residential neighbourhood.
Police say a lush and thriving marijuana plant discovered sprouting up in traffic circle in Vancouver is harmless.
A number of robust cannabis plants were found nestled amongst other flowers and ornamental grasses in a public traffic circle near Vancouver’s residential Mt. Pleasant neighbourhood.
Sergeant Randy Fincham, a spokesperson for the Vancouver police department, said officers removed one of the plants for analysis, to see if it was male or female. Only female varieties of the marijuana plant have buds, and thus THC, the chemical responsible for marijuana’s high, Fincham said.
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