Cannabis plants seized from Plymouth 'drugs factory'
About 700 cannabis plants have been seized by police from a suspected drugs factory in Plymouth.
The plants, which have an estimated street value of about £300,000, were found in a rented house in the Stoke area.
The drugs were removed as part of the investigation into what police said was a "highly sophisticated operation".
A Vietnamese gang was believed to be behind the factory, Devon and Cornwall Police said.
Det Con Jason Bryant, of Devon and Cornwall Police, described the find as a "professional set up" which was cultivating a "substantial number of plants".
He said: "We had lots of lighting equipment and ventilation systems running throughout the house."