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Four men charged over West Norfolk cannabis discovery




Four men have been charged following the discovery of what police describe as a "substantial" cannabis production operation in West Norfolk at the weekend.

More than 1,200 plants were seized from 10 polytunnels on land off Blackdyke Road, Hockwold on Saturday afternoon.

Officers were called to the area at around 2.30pm and a total of 1,225 plants were recovered.

Some of the cannabis plants discovered at a site near Downham. Picture: King's Lynn Police (38773250)
Some of the cannabis plants discovered at a site near Downham. Picture: King's Lynn Police (38773250)

Details of the incident were initially released through a police social media post yesterday.

And now, Norfolk Police has confirmed that four men, who were arrested in relation with the incident, have been charged with producing the drug.

They are Hoa Van Hoang, 40, Huy Duc To, 44, Huy Thanh Hoang, 35 and Pham Nam Trung, 26. All were remanded in custody to appear before magistrates in Norwich via a remote hearing today.


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