Over 1,000 cannabis plants found inside house in Gedling

Discovered crop has estimated street value of up to £1.1 million

Cannabis-Gedling

Police have uncovered over 1,000 cannabis plants with an estimated street value of up to £1.1 million inside a house in Gedling.

An officer was called to an address in St Michael’s Avenue at around 1pm yesterday (2) following reports of suspicious activity.

He found the kitchen door wide open at the property and also two Asian men inside, who offered few details before making off on foot.

PICTURED: Plants found inside the property in St Michael’s Avenue in Gedling (PICS: Notts Police)

Following a search of the house, over 1,100 cannabis plants covering three bedrooms were found.



Police say that had the plants been given the opportunity to reach maturity, they would have had an estimated street value of up to £1.1 million.

The Drug Support Team attended and dismantled the cannabis plants and inquiries are on-going.

The two Asian men who fled the property are believed to be in their twenties.

If you have any information, or can help with the investigation, contact police on 101, quoting incident number 376 of 2 October 2018.

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