Numerous items were taken in and four workers were tied up in an armed attack on a legal pot grow-op near Beaverton in Ontario on Thursday morning, according to the police.
Around 6 am ET in the lakeside community about 80 km northeast of Toronto, five men carrying handguns move towards a small group of workers who were leaned to the operation, says the Durham Regional Police.
Adding up to the armed attack on a legal pot matter, the police said, four workers were pressurized into a security trailer and tied up.
From storage barn, some garbage bags full of dried cannabis were taken by goons and their belongings were taken.
Also, they stole one of the worker’s personal vehicles which were found parked far away from the distance.
One of the suspects is illustrated as a white male aged between 40- to 45-year-old with a French accent and short grey hair.
He is said to be 5 feet 10 inches tall and about weighs 140 pounds.
Another suspect is portrayed as a white male aged between 32- to 35-year-old wearing a ski mask.
He is believed to be short black hair with full beard and 5 feet and 10 inches tall, about 150 pounds.