(BIRMINGHAM, U.K.) WM Police Report: Officers have uncovered a large ‘ cannabis ‘ factory in side an industrial unit in Sutton Coldfield and discovered approximately 1500 plants with a crop estimated t o be worth up to £1.5-million on Tues.06: Oct: around 14:00hrs after electrical warrant was served on t he premises #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.07: Officers have uncovered a large cannabis factory inside an industrial unit in Sutton Coldfield: Officers came across the farm concealed within an industrial unit on Maybrook Road, Sutton shortly before 2pm yesterday (6 October) after an electrical warrant was conducted on the property:

WM Neighbourhood Priority Team Officers Find Large ‘ cannabis factory ‘ discovered in Sutton Coldfield Industrial Unit during electrical warrant action

7th October 2020

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The ‘sophisticated’ set up spanned four large rooms created in the unit and each was supplied with its own electricity supply, air ducts and filtration systems: The electrical supply to the building on this large filtration system was being bypassed: Officers discovered approximately 1500 plants and it’s estimated this crop is worth up to £1.5million:

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Sergeant Adrian Cox from the Sutton Coldfield Neighbourhood Priority Team said: “This is a significant find and not the kind of activity the community of Walmley would expect to find on their doorstep: “Seizing a crop of this size will undoubtedly have a significant impact in disrupting organised criminals: “In making the electricity safe, there was a power outage which affected many nearby factory units and residents, so I would like to thank anyone affected for their patience as we dealt with this complex system: “I would also like to reassure the community we are dedicated to investigating and disrupting those who choose to embark in this kind of criminal behaviour and encourage anyone to report any suspicious behaviour to us.”


A scene remains in place today (7 October) as we continue to forensically examine the units:

Anyone with information can contact us via live chat on our website or by calling 101. Please quote log number 2356 of 06/10: Alternatively contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111:

#AceNewsDesk report …………….Published: Oct.07: 2020:

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