Police officers in Greater Manchester have uncovered the remains of a large cannabis farm - in one of their old police stations.
The station, which used to be the base for the Failsworth and Hollinwood Neighbourhood Policing Team, closed around 6 years ago.
Officers entered the building after noticing that the premises were no longer secure.
Inside, they found the remnants of a "huge" cannabis production.
More than 1000 plants were being grown over the first floor and loft space.
It is believed the grow was "taxed" the early hours of 3 July - with all the cannabis plants being removed.
Root balls, soil and empty pots along with light sources were the only items left.
The electricity meter had also been by passed.
Police say it appears that whoever was growing the cannabis was also living on site.