Wolves and dogs guard Bosnia marijuana plantation
Sarajevo (Reuters) - Police raided a huge marijuana plantation in northwestern Bosnia and found it guarded by a family of wolves and 150 dogs, Bosnian media said Saturday.
They seized 2,300 plants intended for the production of at least 800 kg (1,760 lb) of the drug, as well as hunting guns and rifles Friday, the Bosnian Serb news agency SRNA quoted regional Interior Minister Stanislav Cadjo as saying.
The dogs, and a pair of wolves with their cubs, were kept in cages, Srna reported.
Police arrested the estate owner Zeljko Grbic and are still searching for his brother Radovan, who is wanted on charges of murder and robbery.