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Chatham man arrested after cannabis factory found in Margate

By Kent Messenger reporter

A man has been arrested after cannabis worth more than £100,000 was found growing at a house.

The drugs factory was uncovered by police responding to a disturbance in Margate.

A total of 110 plants were seized in the raid, which happened on the afternoon of Wednesday, October 11.

A man was arrested after the raid. Stock picture.
A man was arrested after the raid. Stock picture.

No one was at the property and no arrests were made at the time, but a 24-year-old Chatham man has since been arrested.

He was taken into custody last Sunday on suspicion of drug-driving and possessing cannabis, and was then further arrested and questioned on suspicion of cultivating cannabis.

He has since been released while the investigation continues.

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