Cambridgeshire police uncovered a cannabis farm during a raid in Brington this morning (Thursday).

Officers searched the premisis in Brington Officers searched the premisis in Brington

At about 7am officers searched a site in Brington Gorse, where they found 322 plants on unoccupied plots. The value of the plants is estimated to be between £91,160 and £270,480.

PC Leigh Norman said: "This represents significant disruption to organised crime and a serious dent in their pockets.

"Drugs can ruin lives and cause misery for our local communities. We are working hard to tackle both dealing and cultivation such as this.

"Information from the public is vital in our efforts to combat the issue. If you suspect activity related to drugs then please contact us."

Officers searched the premisis in Brington Officers searched the premisis in Brington

A spokesman for police said officers had also "seized a stolen dog". The spokesman added: "Enquiries are ongoing with the chip company to return her to her rightful owner."

Anyone with information should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

The dog that was found during the raidThe dog that was found during the raid