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street value

the monetary worth of a commodity, usually an illicit commodity such as a drug, considered as the price it would fetch when sold to the ultimate user
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The information, based on returns from 27 police forces across the UK, said 276,676 plants were seized in 2013/14, which would have a street value of PS62,460,528.
Det Insp Paul Stewart said: "Officers executed a search warrant on Saturday, which saw a huge amount of cannabis with a substantial street value recovered and two men arrested.
Police also discovered a box in the property containing 60g of cannabis, worth a street value of PS740.
The cocaine, believed to have a street value of [euro]784,000, has been sent for forensic analysis.
This is an extremely large cannabis factory, and we estimate the street value of all of the plants is approximately PS1.
It's estimated each plant has a street value of around PS1,000, and each farm is harvested three times a year, meaning 677 plants could potentially yield more than PS2,031,000.
Detective Sergeant John Dreczkowski said: "This was a significant recovery of drugs with a considerable local street value and illustrates the excellent work done by our pro-active unit.
1kg of cocaine with an estimated street value of Dhs1.
A further search then took place at an address in Wembley Way in Stockton where 10 cannabis plants were found, with an estimated street value of about PS4,500.
The harvested cannabis found in a bag had a street value of nearly PS7,000.
The haul included 22kgs of herbal cannabis with an estimated street value of EUR380,000 and 1kg of cocaine with estimated street value of EUR70,000.
Over 4kg of shabu with a street value of Dh2 million were found hidden in his luggage, as stated in a press statement from Dubai Police.