Police uncover suspected cannabis haul in Wembdon

Bridgwater Mercury: PC Tony Freeman, beat manager for Wembdon and Durleigh, with the haul of suspected cannabis PC Tony Freeman, beat manager for Wembdon and Durleigh, with the haul of suspected cannabis

POLICE have praised “fantastic” support from the public after a tip-off led to thousands of pounds of suspected cannabis being seized from a property near Bridgwater.

Police from Bridgwater carried out a warrant at an address in Wembdon last Monday and found a number of plants in a garage.

They have been sent for forensic examination.

Sgt Gary Young told the Mercury: “We would not have been able to seize all these plants without the help from members of the public.

“This is a fantastic example of how the police and the community can work together to deal with local issues and problems.

“If you have any information on crime, you can always use Crimestoppers which is anonymous. The more information we get the greater chance we have of securing a warrant.

“If you are addicted to substances, or if you are a parent or a friend of someone who is, you can visit talktofrank.com for help.”

Anyone with information about suspected drugs production can call 101 or report it online by visiting avonandsomerset police.co.uk Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers on 0800-555111.

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