In Bradford City Centre, over 2000 cannabis plants, valued at a potential £300,000, were confiscated.
Following a tip-off from the community regarding a possible cannabis cultivation site on Morley Street, Bradford, officers conducted an investigation.
Upon their arrival on the morning of 21st September, they discovered what appeared to be hazardous materials. However, upon further examination, no hazardous materials were found. Instead, a substantial quantity of cannabis plants was discovered and subsequently seized by the police.
Efforts are currently underway to ascertain the individuals responsible for utilising the premises.
Inspector Richard Baildon of Bradford City Neighbourhood Policing team said; “We are continuing our enquiries following the discovery of a large cannabis farm on Morley Street yesterday and I would ask anyone who saw suspicious behaviour or who has information to contact us.
“Drugs have no place in our community, and I would like that thank those people who came forward to report suspicious activity about drug crime.
“If you suspect a cannabis grow on your street, please let us know, you can remain anonymous if you so wish.
“Please contact us via 101, through the live chat or report it options at www.westyorkshire.police.uk/contactus anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”