Cannabis factory in Bangor railway tunnels: Four jailed

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Four men have been jailed for what North Wales Police described as a sophisticated commercial-scale production of cannabis in disused railway tunnels.

Officially the site at Bangor, Gwynedd, was being used to grow mushrooms.

Gerald Davies, 68, of Bangor, and Kenneth Vincent, 59, of Beaumaris, were jailed for three years and four months for conspiracy to supply cannabis.

They received a similar concurrent sentence for cannabis production. Two men from Merseyside were also jailed.

Rob Thomas reports.

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