£75,000 West Hull cannabis farm shut down in police raid – Hull Live

Power was also abstracted illegally
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Police descended on a west Hull street and shut down a 150-plant cannabis farm, with a street value of £75,000.
A raid was carried out on Gower Road as part of a Neighbourhood Policing Week of Action. The power inside the Hull property was also abstracted illegally.
Pictures published by Humberside Police show a room with heat lamps and cannabis plants filling the space. The force are now working to identify those involved.
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A spokesperson for Humberside Police said: "Yesterday (Wednesday, January 25) as a part of #NeighbourhoodPolicingWeek of action officers executed a misuse of drugs act warrant on Gower Road in Hull. Upon entering the property officers discovered an estimate 150 cannabis plants believed to be worth a street value of around £75,000, power had also been abstracted illegally.
"Officers are continuing with lines of enquiry to identify those involved. Anyone with information around drug offences can get in touch with us by contacting our non-emergency number 101 or, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111."
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