A CANNABIS farm with nearly half a million pounds worth of goods has been found in the South Side. 

Cops swooped on the cultivation following a report plants had been seen within a warehouse on Salkeld Street around 12.10pm on Monday.

There is believed to be around 800 plants with an estimated total street value of £480,000.

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Detective Sergeant Graham Scott, of Baird Street CID, said: "Enquiries are ongoing however this is an example of how important information from the public can be."

It's the latest high-value drugs farm to be found in the city this year with cops carrying out a number of raids across Glasgow. 

A £1.4 million cannabis farm was discovered in Maryhill, for instance, while a property was also busted in Bridgeton with an alleged production line. 

A cannabis farm was also discovered on Cresswell Street in April. 

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Detective Inspector Craig McPhail of Police Scotland said at the time of the raid in Maryhill: “This is a significant seizure, one which will no doubt have a substantial impact on the sale and supply of cannabis in the Glasgow area."

Call police on 101 if you have any information.