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BERLIN (AP) — It wasn't the world's best-hidden marijuana plantation.
Berlin police say they were were called to a subway station Monday morning by a street cleaner who reported finding "numerous small plants that seemed suspicious to him."
Officers found 700 small cannabis plants growing among weeds on a traffic island outside the Kottbusser Tor station in the capital's Kreuzberg district. They pulled up the plants.
It wasn't immediately clear who planted the cannabis but police are investigating.
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