£136,000 worth of cannabis plants have been found in Ramsey Heights

Drugs seized in Ramsey Heights PICTURE

Drugs seized in Ramsey Heights PICTURE: Cambridgeshire Police - Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

The Rural Crime Action Team (RCAT) made the discoveries in lorries, stables, caravans and containers in Middle Drove.

Police recovered £136,000-worth of cannabis plants in Ramsey Heights on September 2.

Cambridgeshire police officers say they have caused significant disruption to the drug market after intercepting eight cannabis farms.

The Rural Crime Action Team (RCAT) made the discoveries in lorries, stables, caravans and containers in Middle Drove.

In total, the team seized 163 cannabis plants with a potential yield of up to £136,000 as well as seizing growing equipment, including lights and transformers worth tens of thousands of pounds.

No arrests have been made at this time. An investigation is ongoing.

Sergeant Craig Flavell from the RCAT said: “While no arrests have been made, the seizure of these cannabis farms will cause significant disruption and financial loss to those involved.”

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Police urge the public to look out for the obvious signs of a cannabis farm or cannabis growing, which include: strong, sticky smells, covered windows, excessive security, high levels of condensation, lots of visitors, possibly at unsociable hours, bright lights day and night and the constant noise of a fan.

INFO: for more information, go to the Cambridgeshire police website.