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Two arrested after 90 cannabis plants found at home in Mill Hill, Ottinge

ByMolly Mileham-Chappell

Two men have been arrested after around 90 cannabis plants were discovered around at a home in a small village.

Officers from the Community Policing Team at Kent Police made the discovery at a residential address in Mill Hill, Ottinge, near Folkestone.

Police based in Shepway quipped about the find on Twitter on their dedicated patrols account.

The cannibis find in Ottinge. Credit: Kent Police Shepway (9877137)
The cannibis find in Ottinge. Credit: Kent Police Shepway (9877137)

The tweet said: "‘The Darling Buds of May’

"It’s that time of year again where #ShepwayCPT like to do some ‘Weeding’– #Cannabisbust - We have your grow".

Two men were arrested on suspicion of cultivating and possessing class B drugs on Thursday, May 2.

The pair, who are both from Folkestone and aged 27 and 66, have since been released pending further investigation.

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