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Two men charged with conspiracy to supply after South Lynn drugs raid

Two men have been charged following the seizure of what police described as a "significant" quantity of cannabis in South Lynn earlier this week.

More than 200 plants were recovered from a property in Diamond Street on Tuesday, as part of what is understood to be a nationwide operation to tackle production of the drug.

Norfolk Police said today that two men, both aged 29, had been arrested in connection with the raid, in which a total of 218 plants were seized.

Cannabis find in South Lynn (38589099)
Cannabis find in South Lynn (38589099)

They were then transferred to the custody of the Derbyshire force, which is leading the investigation.

A Derbyshire Police spokesman has now confirmed that the men, whose names have so far not been released, have been charged with conspiracy to supply class B drugs.

She said: "This is part of an ongoing investigation and as such I am unable to release any further information at this time, due to investigative reasons."

Crime news (37115662)
Crime news (37115662)

However, the force has indicated that more details may be revealed in the next few days.

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