U.K. police find hundreds of cannabis plants spread across eight rooms

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Police entered the mid-terrace house at about 9:20 am on Dec. 9 and found a thriving cannabis factory spread across eight rooms. Police shut down a cannabis factory featuring 198 cannabis plants said to be worth about £80,000 ($135,200), reports the Northampton Chronicle & Echo. Earlier this year, Northamptonshire police encouraged community members and landlords to be on the lookout for signs of a cannabis factory. The raid this time around produced quite a haul, with Northamptonshire Police officers finding at least 400 cannabis plants, notes a statement from the police. Local police reported in mid-July that they had seized more than £1 million ($1.7 million) worth of cannabis from various locations over the previous two months.

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Not once, but twice this year, a home on Euston Rd. in a Northampton, U.K. laid out the unwelcome mat for police searching for cannabis.

The raid this time around produced quite a haul, with Northamptonshire Police officers finding at least 400 cannabis plants, notes a statement from the police. The grow was estimated to be worth £200,000 to £300,000 ($338,000 to $507,000) based on producing multiple yields, the police say.

Police entered the mid-terrace house at about 9:20...

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