Greater Manchester Police leave friendly note after drugs bust 1
Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Greater Manchester Police police have left a friendly note after kicking down a door and taking 72 cannabis plants which were inside the property in Worsley, Salford.

Police Officers left a friendly note requesting that the homeowner contact Greater Manchester Police.

The Note was left following a successful drugs raid at the property.

Greater Manchester Police left the note which read ‘We need to talk. please contact GMP on 101 and ask for Wigan Div, Unfortunately you were not at home and have no cannabis left. many thanks’

Police Officers then tweeted the photo a short time later,

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Greater Manchester Police leave friendly note after drugs bust

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