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More than 400 cannabis plants seized in Norfolk village

PUBLISHED: 11:30 06 April 2018 | UPDATED: 15:47 06 April 2018

Breckland Police seized more than 400 cannabis plants in Colkirk. Picture: Breckland Police

Breckland Police seized more than 400 cannabis plants in Colkirk. Picture: Breckland Police

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Police have seized more than 400 cannabis plants from a small Norfolk village.

Officers found the plants during a raid on an address in Colkirk, near Fakenham, on Thursday night.

They later took to Twitter, calling it a “fabulous proactive day out” for the neighbourhood policing teams from Dereham and Thetford.

Inspector Jon Papworth of Breckland Police said: “This was based on some information we had received quite recently and we acted on it Thursday night. No arrests have been made yet and enquires are ongoing.”


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