Kent Police seize 'huge haul' of cannabis resin

Drugs in lorry The drugs were found in specially-made metal boxes in a lorry

Three men have been charged with involvement in the supply of cannabis resin after the discovery of a "huge haul" in Kent.

The resin, with a street value of almost £5m, were the largest seizure of the drug in the history of Kent Police, the force said.

A 3,750lb (1,701kg) haul was found when police stopped a lorry at a farm in Sandy Lane, Ashford, on Friday.

Two men from Dagenham and a man from Hove appeared in court on Saturday.

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