Man in court after 200 cannabis plants found in Norwich

Property in Sandy Lane where 200 cannabis plants were found. Pic: Peter Walsh Property in Sandy Lane where 200 cannabis plants were found. Pic: Peter Walsh

David Bale
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
4:06 PM

A man has appeared in court charged with producing a controlled drug, following the discovery of a cannabis factory in Norwich.

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Quan Vu, aged 48, with no given address, appeared before Norwich magistrates yesterday.

He was remanded in custody until May 9, when he will return to court for a plea and case management hearing.

As reported, police found the cannabis factory at a property in Sandy Lane at about 8pm on Saturday, May 3, as a result of local intelligence.

On entering the property around 200 cannabis plants were discovered plus cultivating equipment.

A quantity of counterfeit cash was also recovered from the property.

The plants, the cash and equipment, which included lighting and heaters, were all seized for forensic investigation.

A 48-year-old man was arrested at the scene.

Call police immediately on 101 if you suspect that a property is being used to cultivate cannabis.

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