Police have uncovered a cannabis farm in west Hull following a drugs bust.
Officers executed the drugs warrant at an address in Anlaby Road on Saturday evening.
Inside they found an elaborate set up with irrigation and heat lamps.
Humberside Police tweeted: “Central neighbourhood team have successfully executed a drugs warrant at a property on Anlaby Road.
“A substantial amount of class B drugs have been recovered. Please report any suspicious incidents to your local policing team.”
The latest discovery follows on from a suspected cannabis factory found at a house in De Grey Street on Friday.
Eagle-eyed officers uncovered the 70 plants at the property off Beverley Road after spotting two men stealing clothes from a Fire Fighters Charity collection bin on Clough Road before driving away.
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Police officers stopped the car in Helsinki Road and the two men, aged 45 and 34, were arrested on suspicion of theft and going equipped to steal.
But it was when police searched properties linked with the men that they uncovered the cannabis factory.
The clothes have been returned to the charity.