Two cannabis farms have been found and a man has been arrested.

Police made the discovery on Thursday at a properties on Chapel Road and Halliwell Road in Prestwich with officers finding rooms filled with small and fully grown cannabis plants.

A man was arrested at one of the addresses, police have said.

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A Greater Manchester Police spokesperson said: “As a result of intelligence led policing, two simultaneous warrants were executed on Thursday, November 2.

“Prestwich neighbourhood police officers entered addresses on Chapel Road and Halliwell Road in Prestwich.

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“Multiple rooms of small and fully grown cannabis plants were recovered during the searches and one male was arrested at one address.

“If you have any information regarding any crime in your area, please contact GMP police on 101 for non-emergency or 999 if an emergency online at using the Report it tile or the LIVE CHAT ICON or use Crimestoppers online or telephone 0800 555 111.

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