Police appeal after two cannabis factories discovered in BerkshirePosted by On


Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following the discovery of two cannabis factories in Berkshire.

Police discovered one set up in a farm building in Bucklebury and the other in a warehouse in Theale.

The Pangbourne Neighbourhood team issued the following appeal on its Facebook page:  “The Pangbourne Neighbourhood team have been in Theale today at a cannabis factory that had been set up in a warehouse within the business park area.
“We have been there along with our colleagues from CID & CSI.
“We’d obviously love to hear from you if you do have any information that could assist our investigation uD83DuDC6E‍♂️
“Reference 43200160394.”



The factory was set up in a warehouse

And on Thursday, May 28 officers attended a farm building in Briff Lane, Bucklebury to reports of a potential cannabis factory.

Officers found some equipment to suggest that cannabis had been cultivated in the farm building.

No arrests have been made.

Investigating officer Detective Constable Teresa Miller of Area CID based at Newbury police station, said: “We are carrying out an investigation following the discovery of a cannabis factory.

“We are asking anyone with information to please come forward to assist us with our ongoing enquiries.”

Anyone with information can  report online  or call 101 quoting reference 818 28/5/20 or you can report 100% anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.



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