Police discover huge £300,000 cannabis farm following drugs warrant in Highgate

Police discovered a huge £300,000 cannabis farm at a property after issuing a drugs warrant.

The haul of 300 cannabis plants as well as hydroponic equipment was discovered at an address in Highgate today (Friday).

Police had conducted a drugs warrant at the property when they discovered the elaborate cannabis farm.

West Midlands Police took to Twitter to post pictures of the cannabis plants which packed out a huge room.

Police discovered a huge cannabis farm operation after issuing a drugs warrant at an address in Highgate
(Image: WMP)

City centre police officers were assisted by the Operational Support Unit, the West Midlands Police drone pilot unit and Birmingham Organised Crime and Gangs teams.

The set up was in the process of being cleared out when police struck.

No arrests have been made at this stage.

The Brum City Centre Police account tweeted: “The City Centre Team 3 along with @[email protected]@Gangs_WMP have conducted a drug warrant in Highgate.

“Inside was an elaborate cannabis set up in the process of being cleared out. There were around 300 plants and hydroponic equipment left. Now off to hunt for the offenders.”

Police discovered a huge £300,000 cannabis farm at a property after issuing a drugs warrant.

The haul of 300 cannabis plants as well as hydroponic equipment was discovered at an address in Highgate today (Friday).

Police had conducted a drugs warrant at the property when they discovered the elaborate cannabis farm.

West Midlands Police took to Twitter to post pictures of the cannabis plants which packed out a huge room.

Police discovered a huge cannabis farm operation after issuing a drugs warrant at an address in Highgate
(Image: WMP)

City centre police officers were assisted by the Operational Support Unit, the West Midlands Police drone pilot unit and Birmingham Organised Crime and Gangs teams.

The set up was in the process of being cleared out when police struck.

No arrests have been made at this stage.

The Brum City Centre Police account tweeted: “The City Centre Team 3 along with @[email protected]@Gangs_WMP have conducted a drug warrant in Highgate.

“Inside was an elaborate cannabis set up in the process of being cleared out. There were around 300 plants and hydroponic equipment left. Now off to hunt for the offenders.”

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