Inside drug house's chemical supply shed: PHOTOS
FORENSIC specialists have examined hundreds of exhibits uncovered in a Lower Tenthill property early on Thursday morning, believed to be connected to a cannabis grow house in Gatton located last week.
Lockyer Valley Crime Car Sergeant Bradley Browning said Scenes of Crime and Fingerprint Bureau specialist officers spent more than five hours combing through the stockpiles of chemicals and hydroponic drug equipment found in a shed at the back of the rural property.
"Officers processed hundreds of exhibits and a large amount of evidence was found," he said.
Charges are yet to be laid over the find which located equipment believed to be valued in excess of $100,000.
About 600 litres of chemicals and stockpiles of fertiliser were found stored inside the large shed, alongside growth material police will allege was used to grow commercial quantities of cannabis.
Sgt Browning said police would probe the connection between the shed and a two-storey home on Golf Links Dr in Gatton raided last week.
While police seized 4.72kg from that home, police believe the house had been set up to grow far larger quantities on what Sgt Browning described as an "organised crime" level.
Three Vietnamese women were arrested at the Golf Links Dr home and were remanded in custody.
Meanwhile police are still seeking a Vietnamese man they believe is connected to the Golf Links Dr home.
Another man was also identified as a possible suspect in the chemical raid at Lower Tenthill on Thursday.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.