A cannabis factory containing more than 3,000 plants has been discovered by Nottinghamshire Police.
The plants were found inside Langar Industrial Estate and estimated to have a street value of £2 million.
Officers discovered the plants around 3pm on Tuesday 6th November, the cannabis plants have since been removed.
“When officers entered the unit they were met with the sight of thousands of plants.
“It was very much a professional set-up that involved the use of high-tech lighting and watering equipment and paraphernalia.
“The plants are estimated to be worth millions of pounds and we have undoubtedly prevented a significant amount of drugs from reaching the streets of Nottingham.
No arrests have been made in connection with the cannabis factory, police are appealing for witnesses.
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