Three men have been arrested following an early morning drug bust as more than 300 cops descended on a Crayford cannabis farm.

A Met spokeswoman confirmed that their officers, along with a number of partner agencies, carried out the raid in Thames Road as part of a joint operation to tackle the handling of stolen goods.

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She said: "Earlier this morning (Thursday, May 9), police carried out a warrant at a site on Thames Road, Bexley.

"At this stage, officers have located a cannabis factory and a vehicle which is believed to have been stolen.

"Three men were arrested on suspicion of handling stolen goods and suspicion of production of cannabis.

"The operation will continue over the coming days."

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