Police searched the shoreline along South Side East Road on Cayman Brac today (6 May) after a 2-pound parcel of ganja was found washed up on shore.
According to a Royal Cayman Islands Police Service press release, shortly after 8am, police were alerted by Customs and Border Control officers on patrol on the road that they had come upon a parcel of suspected ganja that had washed up on the shoreline.
The officers conducted further searches of the area, but no other packages were recovered.
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