Second marijuana plantation found in police killing mystery

Police investigating the deaths of three people including a police officer in a small village near the German border have found a marijuana plantation in the other two victims’ home.

A major investigation began at the weekend after the bodies of two men and a woman were found in a house in the village of Kekerdom. One of the three victims was a 59-year-old local police chief who lived alone in the house where the bodies and the first plantation were found.
The other couple, a 50-year-old man and 47-year-old woman, are now thought to be the police officer’s ex-girlfriend her new boyfriend.
The second plantation was found at their home in the nearby village of Millingen on Monday. They rent the house from another police officer with the Gelderland Zuid force.
Police have not said how the people died. The case is being investigated by police from another force and national detectives to ensure objectivity, news agency ANP said.

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