South Wales Police has arrested three men after a number of cannabis plants were found in a flat close to Cardiff's Victoria Park
The three men, aged 26, 26 and 24, are currently in police custody assisting police with their enquiries.
Police say they attended an address on Cowbridge Road East in Cardiff at approximately 10am.
The arrests were made in relation to alleged cannabis cultivation offences.
A spokesperson for South Wales Police said, "It looks like we have got a house full of the plants."
Eye witnesses say they saw police loading vans with the plants on Cowbridge Road East in Canton.
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