Posted: Fri 23rd Jan 2015

Police make arrests in QUEENSFERRY after cannabis farm found

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Jan 23rd, 2015

Police raided a house In Queensferry and found around 70 cannabis plants growing at the property.

The found the cannabis farm on Wednesday 21st January, by at an address in Glynne Street, Queensferry.


A Police spokesperson said:

“On arrival officers found approximately 70 a large Cannabis Plants ranging in sizes, Officers have also found a large quantity of plastic snap bags.

One male aged 26 and One Male aged 48 have been arrested, charged and remanded in custody.”

Police are urging members of the public to continue reporting any suspicious behaviour in and around the Deeside area, and are keen to work with the all members of the  community in an effort reduce the amount of drugs available on Deeside streets. 

The seized plants have been sent for destruction.

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