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‘Don’t touch!’ Bin bags of cannabis fly-tipped in village

PUBLISHED: 15:29 09 November 2019 | UPDATED: 15:29 09 November 2019

Bags of cannabis roots have been fly-tipped at Wrentham, Suffolk  Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Bags of cannabis roots have been fly-tipped at Wrentham, Suffolk Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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Residents are being told not to touch a clutch of bin bags full of cannabis roots, which have been dumped in a village.

Bags of cannabis roots have been fly-tipped at Wrentham, Suffolk      Photo: East Suffolk CouncilBags of cannabis roots have been fly-tipped at Wrentham, Suffolk Photo: East Suffolk Council

Residents are being told not to touch a clutch of bin bags full of cannabis roots, which have been dumped in a village.

The bags materials were dumped in Wrentham, just under two miles from Henstead where a similar fly-tip was found in August this year.

More cannabis roots were then discovered dumped in Kessingland in September, which is just four miles from Wrentham where the latest fly-tipping incident occured.

It is believed the newest incident is thrown away cannabis roots again, although the full contents need to be examined.

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Posting to their Facebook page on Friday, November 8, East Suffolk Council (ESC) said: "We have been made aware of a large fly-tipping incident in Wrentham.

"Officers from East Suffolk Norse have visited the site and are undertaking a full investigation. As always, we would ask passers-by not to touch the waste due to the materials which have been dumped.

"As with all incidents of reported fly-tipping, we will do everything possible to identify, and prosecute, those responsible."

A picture shows the rubbish cordoned off by tape and left with an "authorities aware" sign.

East Suffolk Council have been contacted for comment.


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