Police say they found a large cannabis grow after responding to reports of a ‘disturbance’ in Bakersfield.
Hundreds of plants, estimated to be between 220 and 330, were discovered after officers forced entry into a property during the early hours of Sunday, May 10.
Two men, both aged 21, were arrested on suspicion of producing of cannabis and remain in police custody.
Detective Inspector Gayle Hart, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “Drug crime will not be tolerated in our city and county.
“Production and possession of cannabis is against the law and has a negative impact on the law-abiding public who have to live in areas where people commit these offences.
“Working with our communities and partners we will continue to tackle and disrupt those involved in this illegal activity and we remain committed to tackling those who commit drug crime with the full force of the law.”