Bournemouth cannabis garden raided by Dorset Police

Cannabis plants Officers discovered cannabis plants in the garden

Dozens of cannabis plants have been found growing in a back garden.

Dorset Police carried out a raid at a property on Rosebery Road in Boscombe, following a tip-off.

Officers discovered a cannabis factory at the address and seized a "significant" number of cannabis plants, most of which were near maturity.

A 50-year-old man from Bournemouth was arrested and has been reported for summons on suspicion of drugs offences.

Cannabis plants Police raided the property after a tip-off
Cannabis plants A "significant" number of plants were seized

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