Two men in court for cannabis factory of 360 plants in Hunts village

Two men in court for cannabis factory of 360 plants in Hunts village. Picture: CAMBS POLICE

Two men in court for cannabis factory of 360 plants in Hunts village. Picture: CAMBS POLICE - Credit: Archant

Two men – believed to be the victims of modern day slavery – are set to appear in court after a cannabis factory was found in a village near Huntingdon.

Tit Hoang, 55, and Diem Hoang, 39, of no fixed abode were arrested by the Rural Crime Action Team on Friday evening (November 6) following the discovery of a cannabis factory containing around 360 plants in Sawtry Road, Glatton.

Five rooms of a house were found filled with the plants.

The pair have both been charged with production of cannabis and are due to appear at Peterborough Magistrates’ Court today (November 9).

If you suspect drug dealing or a cannabis factory in your area, report it to police online: https://bit.ly/2InEPYr


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