Police discover ‘substantial cannabis crop in Sheffield house

A ‘substantial’ cannabis crop was discovered during a police search of a house in Sheffield.

Officers made the discovery after raiding a house in Woodhouse and a police hunt is now under way for those behind the drug den.

A 'substantial' cannabis crop was found in a house in Woodhouse

A 'substantial' cannabis crop was found in a house in Woodhouse

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In a Facebook post, the Sheffield South East neighbourhood policing team, said: “Not only were those involved involved in growing and selling illegal drugs, they also by-passed the electricity supply, which could have had serious safety implications for their neighbours.

“The team are continuing with enquiries to put those involved before the courts.”

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Cannabis plants were found growing in a house in Woodhouse

Cannabis plants were found growing in a house in Woodhouse

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Anyone with information about those involved in the supply of drugs in Sheffield should call South Yorkshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.