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Last Updated: Friday, 6 July 2007, 06:35 GMT 07:35 UK
Cannabis plants found in bungalow
The cannabis - Thames Valley Police
The plants could sell for between 100,000 and 200,000 a year
More than 500 cannabis plants with a street value of up to 200,000 have been found in a bungalow.

The cannabis factory was uncovered by officers from Thames Valley Police at the rented property in Winnersh, near Reading, Berkshire, on Thursday.

Three rooms and the loft had been converted for growing the cannabis and dead plants were found in a shed.

With three or four annual yields, the plants would have made between 100,000 and 200,000 a year, police said.

No-one was in the property at the time of the raid and no arrests were made.


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