Sheffield news: LIVE updates as illegal immigrant caught in Sheffield cannabis factory with plants worth up to £100,000

Updates from The Star team including news that an illegal immigrant has been jailed after he was caught in a house in Sheffield with cannabis plants worth up to £100,000.

Monday, 15th November 2021, 10:56 am

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Resmi Selami, aged 45, was found at his former home on Tapton Bank, near Crosspool, Sheffield, with 120 cannabis plants with an estimated, potential street value of between £33,600 and £100,800.

Sheffield news: LIVE updates as illegal immigrant caught in Sheffield cannabis factory with plants worth up to £100,000

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