Police have seized around 150 cannabis plants from after raiding a property in Tonge Moor as they continue the crackdown on the illegal drug growing industry.

Acting on a drugs warrant, officers from Greater Manchester Police's Bolton North neighbourhood team entered the address yesterday, Tuesday, March 7.

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They discovered the large quantity of plants, and subsequently arrested a man who is currently in their custody.

A Greater Manchester Police Bolton North spokesperson said: "Officers from the Bolton North Neighbourhood Team have executed a drugs warrant at an address in Tonge Moor today.

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"They have seized approximately 150 plants from the property.

"A man has been arrested and is awaiting questioning."

This is the latest in a string of similar hauls for the force.

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Officers in found around 100 plants on two consecutive days on Bury Road, BL2, and Bolton Road, Westhoughton on January 18 and 19 respectively.

And last month, February 20, a police raid yielded a further 150 plants at an address in Halliwell.