Around 100 cannabis plants were found in a house in Bramble Road yesterday (Thursday 20 May).
The seized plants have an estimated street value of £45,000.
Welwyn Hatfield Chief Inspector Simon Mason is urging anyone with information about the property to contact police.
Police have discovered and dismantled a dangerous cannabis factory in Hatfield.
Around 100 cannabis plants were found in a house in Bramble Road yesterday (Thursday 20 May) and all the electricity had been bypassed.
With an estimated street value of £45,000, the plants have now been seized and an investigation is underway.
Welwyn Hatfield Chief Inspector Simon Mason said: “We take a zero tolerance approach to drug dealing of any kind in Welwyn Hatfield.
“Cannabis factories are often linked to the exploitation of society’s most vulnerable and they can pose a fire risk to neighbouring properties. I am very pleased with this result and I hope the local community also share my relief in these drugs being off our streets.
“Thorough enquiries are now being carried out and I urge anyone with information to get in touch. Have you seen suspicious activity in the Bramble Road area? If you can help, please don’t hesitate to contact us.”
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