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‘Almost every single room had been converted for the wholesale production of cannabis plants, and there was a large amount of evidence of previous crops. This was an enormous set-up.

‘It is almost impossible to work out how many plants are inside, but we are talking thousands rather than hundreds and we would estimate the value of the crop at over £1 million.’

A large-scale cannabis factory has been discovered by police on the site of a underground former nuclear bunker.

Detective Inspector Paul Franklin described the factory as an ‘enormous set-up.’

Police were forced to wait until the suspects left the bunker, described as ‘completely inpenetrable’, before they carried out the raid.

Six men have been arrested on suspicion of cannabis production at the extensive facility – which boasted almost 20 rooms, with each being used for the cultivation of the Class B drug on an industrial scale.

Three men, aged 15, 19, and 37, of no fixed address, have been arrested on suspicion of cannabis production.