Three men charged after cannabis factory worth £86,000 found in Peterborough
Three men have been charged after a cannabis factory worth £86,000 was found in Peterborough.
Residents contacted police about the factory in Welbourne on Wednesday after hearing loud banging and seeing people going in and out of the premises.
When police arrived they found the factory. A BMW parked outside also had a boot full of harvested plants.
Three men have been charged in connection with the incident.
Ferhad Ali, 43, of Oxhill Road, Birmingham, Sarmand Majeed, 26, of Stockley Road, West Drayton and Yunis Ramdan, 21, of Stoke Road, Slough, were all charged with burglary, possession of cannabis with the intention to supply and possession of bladed article.
They appeared at Cambridge Magistrates’ Court yesterday.