Northfleet drugs raid bags £290,000 of cannabis off farm

The haul

The haul

The haul

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KENT drugs squads have raided a cannabis farm in Northfleet, discovering £290,000 worth of drugs.

They conducted the search at a warehouse in Grove Road, at 6pm on November 28, after an anonymous tip-off.

Between 300 and 500 plants were discovered worth up to £200,000.

20 kilos of dried cannabis were also found worth around £90,000.

North Division’s drugs liaison officer, Adrian Parsons, said: "There was a significant number of plants and dried cannabis seized.

“Most of our finds are residential dwellings and it is fairly unusual to come across one that is a commercial set-up."

No arrests have been made but those with information have been asked to called 101 quoting the reference XY/036520/12.

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5:11pm Tue 4 Dec 12

Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott says...

Nothing wrong with an attic full of cannabis. As long as you have some early Pink Floyd records to keep you company, of course.
Nothing wrong with an attic full of cannabis. As long as you have some early Pink Floyd records to keep you company, of course. Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott
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