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Surrey Police probe sees £3m drugs factory men jailed

  • 29 November 2012
  • From the section England

Three London men have been jailed for their roles in a drugs operation involving cannabis worth more than £3m.

Shajahan Ali, 35, Moinul Islam, 35, and Ziahur Rahman, 25, were sentenced at Guildford Crown Court on Thursday.

All three had admitted conspiracy to produce cannabis and conspiracy to commit fraud by false representation.

Ali and Islam were sentenced to eight years on each count. Rahman was jailed for four years on each count. All three will serve their terms concurrently.

An investigation by Surrey Police identified 27 properties that were being used as cannabis factories.

Factories were identified in Surrey, Sussex, Thames Valley, London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Durham.

Rahman, is of Fray's Waye, Uxbridge, while Ali is formerly of Waterloo Road, Uxbridge, and Islam, is formerly of Derby Road, Uxbridge.

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