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Three men have been charged with slavery offences after police discovered a cannabis factory in a nuclear bunker in Wiltshire.
Officers raided the former Ministry of Defence building in Chilmark earlier this week - discovering plants worth more than a million pounds. The three men also appeared in court today charged with conspiracy to produce the class B drug.
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Charges include conspiracy to produce cannabis, abstracting electricity without authority and conspiring to hold another person in slavery.Read the full story ›
A pedestrian has died after being hit by a road maintenance vehicle in Swindon. It happened yesterday afternoon on Beechcroft Road near the Arkells Brewery. Police say the 32 year-old woman was found dead at the scene. It's been reported that she was on her way to pick up her child from a minder.
Officer are appealing for witnesses to the accident, which happened just before 4.30pm. The road has now re-opened after being closed overnight.
The search at a former home of double murderer Christopher Halliwell is to be extended into next week.
The operation at 96 Broad Street in Swindon began on Monday and was expected to last for five days.
Work at the site will pause for the weekend on Friday, and we will reconvene and commence searching once again on Monday next week.
Police say the search is intelligence led, based on new information, and they emphasise they are not sure if they'll find anything.
Police have never searched the exterior of the property before and say that the search is unrelated to the current owners.