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"Significant" cannabis farm discovered after police raid Gloucester address

A "significant quantity" of cannabis plants have been uncovered after police raided a house in Gloucester.

Officers were called to an address on Spa Road in the city on Thursday afternoon after receiving reports of a strong smell of cannabis.

After entering the property, Gloucestershire police reported that "several hundred cannabis plants" had been found.

In a statement, Gloucestershire Police said: "Six men, between the ages of 20 and 32 were arrested on suspicion of drugs cultivation in connection with the find. They remain in custody at this time.

"Enquiries will continue into Friday and the property remains under police control."

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