Cannabis plants worth hundreds of thousands of pounds have been found in every room of a house in Bickley.

Sergeant Alex Komoroczy led his team to the property in Albyfield on Tuesday (November 13) where they discovered the profitable cannabis farm.

After executing the drugs warrant he told News Shopper: "Hundreds of mature cannabis plants believed to have a street value of hundreds of thousand pounds were found growing in every room of the address including the garage.

"At this stage no arrests have been made but a full forensic examination of the address was conducted and investigations continue to identify anyone involved."

The Safer Neighbourhoods Team urged anyone with suspicions that a property is being used for growing cannabis to report it.

Here are key indicators a home is being used as a cannabis farm, as listed by police.

-Windows blacked out or curtains permanently drawn

-Powerful lights left on all hours

-Constant buzzing of ventilation fans day and night

-High levels of condensation on windows

-Strong sickly smells

-Cannabis farms also produce a lot of heat, so with the winter coming, if it snows it may be the only house in the street without snow on the roof