Two men have been jailed for producing cannabis worth over £100,000 in Kent and abstracting electricity.
David Dolor and Eran Phillip produced the Class B drug in a vacant property on the Warsop Industrial Estate in Edenbridge between October 2013 and February 2016.
Officers were alerted after a man working for a property management company entered the building on 24 February 2016. He noticed a strong smell of cannabis coming from upstairs.
When they arrived officers gained access to three locked rooms where a sophisticated production of cannabis plants was uncovered. The plants inside are estimated to have a street value of up to £103,320.
The electricity meter had also been tampered with so that energy could be abstracted without payment.
38-year-old David Dolor of Gonville Road in Thornton Heath in Surrey, was sentenced to six years imprisonment.
Eran Phillip who's 37 and of Long Close in Crawley in West Sussex, was sentenced to five years imprisonment.