HENRY COUNTY, Va. – Authorities are looking for a homeowner right after discovering an indoor marijuana expanding operation, capable of bringing in millions of dollars, in a Henry County property.

On Friday, the Henry County Sheriff’s Workplace executed a narcotics search warrant at 8030 Virginia Ave. in Bassett.

The group found the marijuana operation in the unoccupied residence. They discovered that the residence was solely utilized for the operation.

The property belongs to Yaquelin Cruz, who lives in Miami, according to the Henry County Sheriff’s Workplace.

Authorities are looking for Cruz, who is wanted in connection with this incident.

They seized 409 marijuana plants along with 20 pounds of marijuana buds that have been prepared for distribution, according to the Henry County Sheriff’s Workplace.

Authorities estimated the street worth of the drugs was much more than $1.three million.

The residence had been converted into a greenhouse comprehensive with “elaborate and sophisticated” develop light systems, heating and cooling systems, hydroponic fertilization systems, carbon dioxide enhancers and ventilation systems.

Everyone with information and facts is asked to contact the Henry County Sheriff’s Workplace at 276-638-8751 or Crimestoppers at 63-CRIME (632-7463).  The Crimestoppers System gives rewards up to $two,500 for information and facts connected to crime.

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