A cannabis farm was reportedly discovered after police visited a house partially hidden by overgrown bushes.
North Wales Police officers were seen at the house in the village of Bethel in Anglesey on Saturday evening, with a cordon allegedly put in place.
Police confirmed that a “substantial amount of what is believed to be a class B controlled drug” was found on the property.
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The house is only partially visible from the main road with overgrown ivy and bushes blocking the view of much of the property.
People living in the area saw police arrive at the scene around 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, and police stayed there all weekend and until Monday.
Signs were placed on the road outside to alert members of the public to the presence of police as officers worked at the scene.
Forensic investigators were also seen on the spot.
The presence of police raised alarm bells in the community, with rumors circulating throughout the weekend about what police were doing at the scene.
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It is now confirmed that drugs have been discovered on the property.
North Wales Police said: ‘Officers from the Ynys Mon Neighborhood Task Force executed a warrant on a property in Bethel on Saturday.
“A substantial amount of what is believed to be a Class B controlled drug has been seized, and our investigations are ongoing.”
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