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Almost 500 suspected Cannabis plants have been seized by police following a search at a building in Derby city centre.
A number of items believed to relate to the cultivation of Cannabis were also recovered.
Officers from the Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team visited the site, on Corn Market on Thursday 6 July following reports of suspicious activity.
Team Sergeant Jamie Millard said: “We are committed to tackling drug misuse and to protect the communities we serve from the misery and harm that can be associated with this type of crime.
“Our work often relies on the support of the local community, and I would encourage anyone with any information or concerns about illegal drug activity to contact us.”
We would like to hear from anyone with any information, or who may have noticed anything suspicious around that building to contact us.
If you can help, please contact us on the details below, quoting reference 23000416322:
You can also anonymously contact the independent charity CrimeStoppers, on 0800 555 111, or by visiting the CrimeStoppers website.
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