The sharp sense of smell of a police officer and two alert colleagues has helped unearth the factory located in two flats above the HSBC bank in Queen Street, Morley.
Bizarrely none of the bank's staff or customers appear to have reported smelling anything unusual.
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Police later confirmed that a cannabis farm involving two converted flats had been discovered in premises in Queen Street, Morley. In the region of 600 plants had been recovered and a 21 year old man Nike Air Vapormax Black And White from the Holme Wood area of Bradford had been arrested on suspicion of the illegal cultivation of cannabis.
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we've made for a while, and represents the efforts we make to ensure that drugs are kept out of our community. Information from the community can often play as much of a part as the work done by the Morley Neighbourhood Policing Team and we would encourage anyone with information regarding people involved in cultivating cannabis to come forward."
Suspicions were first raised by a Police Community Support Officer when he was walking past the premises some days earlier and thought he could detect the pungent aroma of cannabis plants.
Cannabis factory found above Morley bank
the outside of two flats above the bank.
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When they reached the premises a man was leaving. They smelt the unmistakable aroma of the illegal drug wafting through the open door and asked to see inside. They immediately discovered the amazing cannabis set up.
The interiors of both flats had been converted for cannabis growing, including the use of hydroponics equipment, intense heat producing light and high levels of heat insulation and ventilation equipment.
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Later when he returned to Morley Police Station he reported his suspicions to regular officers and these were passed on to a sergeant from the Morley Neighbourhood Policing Team.
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Insp Joanne O'Hare of the Morley Neighbourhood Policing Team, said:
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Hundreds of plants and a highly sophisticated growing system was discovered when officers entered the premises at the weekend while on a routine beat patrol.
Police are making inquiries to establish the identity of the landlord of the two flats involved.
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