Appeal after vacuum-sealed bags of cannabis found in house
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Officers are appealing for information after more than 2kg of cannabis, worth in the region of £8,000 were found in vacuum-sealed bags in a house in Tamworth.
Police were called shortly after 7am on Wednesday (16 March) to a property off Leyland Road in Glascote, following reports of suspicious activity.
Witnesses reported five males, dressed in dark clothing, breaking into the property at around 11pm on Tuesday (15 March).
Officers attended the property just before 8am on 16 March and discovered a cannabis grow.
A 1.162kg and a 1.5kg vacuum-sealed bags of cannabis were found, along with a biscuit tin containing a small amount of cannabis , four cannabis plants and £180 in cash.
Officers seized the drugs and cash before securing the property.
Police are currently reviewing CCTV footage of the area on 15 March to 16 March and urge anyone with information to come forward.
It comes as, since 2021, Staffordshire Police has discovered more than 200 cannabis cultivations and continues to disrupt drug operations across the county as part of its Operation Levidrome.
Anyone with any information or relevant dashcam footage in relation to the Tamworth discovery should contact Staffordshire Police on Facebook, Twitter, or call 101, quoting incident number 094 of 16 March.
Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.