Three hundred cannabis plants have been seized after a police raid in Sheffield.
Officers swooped at a house in Page Hall and found plants growing in a number of rooms, including the bathroom.
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They also found 1.5kg of loose dried cannabis in the property.
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A police investigation into those behind the cannabis factory is underway.
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A South Yorkshire Police spokesman said: "Following a period of proactive work, PCs and PCSOs have uncovered a cannabis factory
"Over 300 plants have been seized from the address and will be sent for destruction, along with 1.5 kilos of loose dried cannabis.
"Forensic enquiries are ongoing.
"We will continue to target those who seek to profit from criminal activity."