A CANNABIS factory with plans worth tens of thousands of pounds at a family home in Lye has been raided by police.

West Midlands Police executed a warrant at an address in Lye on Monday morning (October 11).

Thirty-one large plants, believed to be worth around £1k each, were found growing in the loft.

Police acted on community intelligence to raid the home.

Stourbridge Police tweeted: "The Lye & Amblecote NHT executed a warrant in Lye.

"A large amount of cannabis was being cultivated in a family home.

"It was located in the attic, with a total of 31 large plants seized.

"Tens of thousands of pounds-worth.

"#Youspokewelistened #Workingtogether."

Stourbridge News:

It was the second cannabis factory to be raided in the borough in the last week.

A cannabis factory was found in Pensnett on October 6, leading to the arrest of a 46-year-old man.

That factory also contained 31 plants.