Northampton man, 50, arrested after large cannabis factory discovered near disused railway line

Officers discovered a cannabis factory containing around 50 plants, located between the disused railway track and the A43 near to the Shires Estate in Towcester.

Officers discovered a cannabis factory containing around 50 plants, located between the disused railway track and the A43 near to the Shires Estate in Towcester.

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A 50-year-old man from Northampton has been arrested after a large cannabis factory containing 50 plants was discovered near to a disused railway track in Towcester.

Officers discovered a cannabis factory containing around 50 plants, located between the disused railway track and the A43 near to the Shires Estate in Towcester.

Officers discovered a cannabis factory containing around 50 plants, located between the disused railway track and the A43 near to the Shires Estate in Towcester.

Officers discovered a cannabis factory containing around 50 plants, located between the disused railway track and the A43 near to the Shires Estate in Towcester.

Officers searched the area following a call from a member of the public. The 50-year-old man from Northampton has been arrested on suspicion of cultivating Class B drugs.

Anyone with any information or who has suspicions of a cannabis factory should call Northamptonshire Police on 101 or in an emergency call 999.