'Large' cannabis farm discovered by police in Leeds

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A 'large' cannabis farm consisting of around 100 plants was discovered at a property in Leeds yesterday (Thursday).

Police were called to the property in Scott Hall Road near Moortown shortly after 10.30am where they discovered the farm with around 100 plants.

Police remained at the property in Scott Hall Road until around 10.30pm on Thursday.

Police remained at the property in Scott Hall Road until around 10.30pm on Thursday.

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The electricity firm were called to make the property safe before police investigations could get underway.

Police remained at the scene until around 10.30pm.

A West Yorkshire Police spokesperson said: "We were contacted shortly after 10.30am on Thursday, September 6.

"A member of the public reported a large cannabis farm at an address in Scott Hall Road near Moortown where we found approximately 100 plants.

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"We contacted the electricity firm to make the scene safe."

No arrests have been made and enquiries are ongoing.

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