Cannabis factory with plants worth up to £90,000 discovered by police
Humberside Police seized drugs and equipment after a raid at a property in Barrow-Upon-Humber
Around £90,000 worth of cannabis plants was found and destroyed by police after officers carried out a raid in North Lincolnshire.
Roughly 60 plants were found in a property on High Street in Barrow-Upon-Humber after a warrant was executed as part of Humberside Police’s Operation Galaxy initiative.
Specialists have described the plants as very good quality and maturity, with a street value of £1,250 to £1,500 per plant.
A Humberside Police statement said the drugs were seized and the equipment used to grow the plants was destroyed.
Nobody was at the property when it was raided on Wednesday.
Another raid was carried out on a property on Smith Street in Scunthorpe on Monday. Two men were arrested in connection with the supply of class A drugs and money laundering.