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UPDATE: Four bailed after pigeon eggs found in West Norfolk cannabis factory

Four people have been released on bail after two cannabis factories were discovered in West Norfolk yesterday.

Police say pigeon eggs were discovered in a nest constructed from the illegal drug at one of the properties in Tower Street, Lynn.

A 23-year old man was arrested in connection with the discovery, where plants were found in several rooms.

And three other people, a man in his 50s and two women in their 20s and 30s, were detained after a similar operation, described as a “large” cannabis factory, was found at a property in Langhorn’s Lane, Outwell.

Police said the drugs were found after officers executed a search warrant at the site.

All the arrested people have been released on bail until August 23..

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