Police raid cannabis factory in Arrington after tip off from public

PUBLISHED: 10:33 05 April 2017 | UPDATED: 10:33 05 April 2017

More than 100 plants were discovered in Arrington.

More than 100 plants were discovered in Arrington.

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Three men have been charged after more than 100 cannabis plants, worth an estimated £115,000, were discovered by police after a tip off by a member of the public yesterday.

Police responded to the report of suspicious activity and discovered the plants in Ermine Way yesterday morning.

The three men due to appear at Peterborough Magistrates’ Court this morning charged with production of a class B drug are Elaur Ismalay, 25, and Qemal Kutona, 34, both of Ermine Way, and Pellumb Mustafaj, 34, of Bowes Road in Southgate, North London.

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