BREAKING NEWS: Police raid unearths Yarmouth drugs factory
A drugs factory has been discovered in a quiet residential neighbourhood following a police raid in Great Yarmouth.
The incident occurred close to 1pm today when more than half a dozen officers descended on a terraced house on Station Road.
Police confirmed that a number of cannabis plants had been found inside the property, including the equipment needed to grow and sell drugs.
A police van and squad cars were still outside the house at 4pm this afternoon, where officers could be seen dismantling the drug-making equipment and piling it outside.
The police were unable to confirm if any arrests had been made.
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Richard McInroy, who lives on nearby Lichfield Road, was unsure if anyone was living at the address, but admitted to seeing officers looking at the house only a few days ago.
The 21-year-old said: 'I was just walking back from work and I wondered what was going on because I could all the police officers outside the house.
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'I saw a female police officer outside the house the other day who looked like she was trying to get inside.'