A WOMAN has described her shock over "screaming and crying" during an early morning police raid of her neighbour's flat.

Officers in the West End dramatically broke down the door of the two-bedroom apartment on Cresswell Street, just off Byres Road, at around 5am on Sunday morning.

They discovered a cannabis farm that has since been seized.

Police did not disclose the size of the cultivation, nor its estimated street value.

Glasgow Times: The boarded up door on Cresswell Street (Marina Lynch)The boarded up door on Cresswell Street (Marina Lynch)

Two men, aged 30 and 31, have been arrested following the operation. 

Marina Lynch, a neighbour, sent the Glasgow Times pictures showing the front door of the property boarded up after the raid.

She said: “There was screaming in the house, the police were broke the door down and made arrests.

“Tenants want to know what happened, apparently the landlord was advised by police to change all the locks.

“My other neighbour said that this was to do with drugs, and after the men were arrested someone came back and moved the board and took things out of the flat – that’s why the door code was changed.”

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A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said: “Two men aged, 30 and 31 have been arrested following a police operation in Cresswell Street on Sunday, April 26. 

“Officers, acting under warrant entered a property and discovered a cannabis cultivation site.

“The men have been released on an undertaking and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.”