‘Cannabis cultivation’ found at disused car garage in Broomhill

Clarence Drive
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Cannabis plants have been found growing at a disused car garage in the West End.

Police Scotland said the discovery was made at a premises on Clarence Drive, Broomhill, on Friday morning.

A spokeswoman described the find as “a cannabis cultivation”.

Officers were still outside the former Great Western Motor Co building on Friday afternoon.

Workers from the electricity utility SP Energy Networks were also outside the premises. 

The pavement at the front of the building was dug up and a metal shutter at the garage was raised.

It is not clear how the cannabis was discovered or by whom.

‘Conducting enquiries’

The car garage has been closed for at least six months.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Officers are conducting enquiries following the discovery of a cannabis cultivation at an address in Clarence Drive, Glasgow, on the morning of Friday, 22 October, 2021.”

The car garage was vacated during lockdown.

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