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Complaints from residents are what is driving pot shop businesses to go up in smoke, the South Okanagan’s top cop said Thursday.

After questions surfaced at the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen meeting about whether or not RCMP are not shutting down pot stores because of pending legalization, Ted De Jager, detachment commander for the region, said officers have their eyes on illegally operating marijuana dispensaries and are moving forward to shut them down.

Read more here: RCMP in the South Okanagan “moving forward” on shutting down pot shops