Law enforcement busted a former NHS clinic state they have dissevered £2-million marijuana farm.
Locations of the former clinic, which currently houses an unconnected pharmacy business on the ground floor in Harlow, Essex had changed into a drug farm. More than 6 treatment rooms had been loaded with lighting, watering and various growing equipment for the plants.
Essex law officials raided the premises yesterday, uncovering that the pot farmers had as well bypassed the building’s electricity meter and installed a £50,000 ventilation system.
The marijuana farmers moved in after the rooms, previous tenants were the Essex Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, became vacant back in March 2014.
The vacant upstairs room are the only part of Wych Elm House incorporated in the operation, which is near the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
Professionals are convinced that the farm was worth an estimated £2 million and has the setup to cultivate a £800,000 crop of highly potent marijuana every six weeks.
An Essex Police spokesperson stated: “Around 800 cannabis plants in various stages of growth were found when police executed a search warrant at disused offices close to Harlow town centre early on Sunday morning.
“Officers from Essex Police seized the plants during the operation at Wych Elm House in Hamstel Road.
“Inquiries are continuing.”

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