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Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Enfield cops tell cannabis farmers to ‘grow tomatoes instead’




'We did warn you, grow drugs and we will be visitng #TomatoesInstead' (Picture: MPS Enfield)

A massive cannabis factory was raided in Upper Edmonton this morning by Enfield police officers with a sense of humour.

Officers posted photos of the drugs bust from the Enfield MPS official Twitter account with the caption: “Upper Edmonton have been out harvesting again, we did warn you, grow drugs and we will be visiting. #TomatoesInstead.”

Police told London24 they had “received intelligence” about the weed farm and secured a warrant, finding “96 plants” when they arrived at a house in Brook Crescent, N9.

No one has yet been arrested, but enquiries are ongoing and officers are clearly keen to get the message out that they are not to be trifled with.

A second Enfield MPS tweet, accompanied by a photo of some of the marijuana shrubs, said: “Old or young we’ll take your plants...”

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