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Officers from West Midlands Police have discovered more than 900 cannabis plants in a drugs raid at a factory in Sandwell.
The warrant was executed at Phoenix House, Castle Street, Tipton, in the early hours of this morning.
A drugs raid was carried out at a Tipton factory unit after people in the area reported suspicious activity, police have said.
A total of 916 cannabis plants worth around £415,000 was found at the unit in Phoenix House, Castle Street, in the 2am operation today.
PC Mark Devereaux from the Tipton Green neighbourhood team, said:
Ten men have been arrested and bailed in connection with the factory.
More than 900 cannabis plants worth around £415,000 have been discovered in a drugs raid a factory unit in Sandwell today.
Ten men were arrested on suspicion of cultivating cannabis during an early morning drugs raid at Phoenix House in Castle Street, Tipton, at 2am today.
A total of 916 plants were found inside, worth almost half a million pounds.
The men, all aged between 25 and 29, have now been bailed while investigations continue.