Weeding Out Drug Farmers
Cheshire police is appealing to the public to look out for the signs of cannabis cultivation in their local communities as part of a campaign to tackle organised crime groups.
Over the past three months officers have seized over £3 million worth of cannabis after closing farms in Warrington, Macclesfield, Northwich, Little Budworth and Runcorn. Following these successful seizures officers are now asking the public to look out for cannabis cultivation in their local communities and report any suspicions that they have.
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