Police raid £1.75m cannabis farm in Cambridgeshire

A cannabis farm with plants worth an estimated £1.75m has been raided by police in Cambridgeshire.

Police found the 5,000 plants in a building in Hill Row, Haddenham, near Ely, in the morning operation.

Cambridgeshire Police said it was the largest cannabis farm ever uncovered in the county.

Four men from Cambridgeshire have been arrested on suspicion of producing cannabis and are being questioned by police.

They include a 41-year-old man from Haddenham, two men aged 24 and 29 from Huntingdon, and a 40-year-old man from Warboys.

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