PSNI seize cannabis and rescue nine dogs, three ferrets and a goat from Belfast house
Police have uncovered a cannabis factory and rescued animals in ill health at a house on the Old Holywood Road on the outskirts of Belfast.
Cannabis plants with an estimated value of around £15,000 were seized during a planned search by the District Support Team
The PSNI also rescued nine dogs, three ferrets and goat. Police say the animals were all in ill health.
Constable Gemma Gregg said: “During the search we discovered a number of animals who appeared to be in a poor state of health. A local vet was contacted and the animals, including nine ogs, were assessed and transferred into the care of a local animal sanctuary.
"We are delighted to have been able to shut down this cannabis factory and prevent these drugs from being sold in our communities. We are also very pleased to have helped the animals and to ensure they now receive the care they need."