A CANNABIS farm has been discovered in Glasgow's East End after police swooped on a house in the area.

Officers arrived at a property on Bracadale Road in Baillieston on Sunday afternoon.

The raid uncovered the cultivation of the drug, although it's not known how much the find was worth.

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The find came just days after officers cracking down on those growing the illegal substance made around a dozen arrests and uncovered hundreds of the plants across the city.

A Glasgow Times reporter was on the scene as police travelled across the country seizing £1.2 million in cannabis and around £8000 in cocaine.

It's understood Sunday's events were not connected to the series of raids which took place on Friday.

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Police remained on the scene as late as 9pm.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Around 1pm on Sunday, May 21, police attended an address on Bracadale Road, Baillieston, Glasgow and discovered a cannabis cultivation within.

"Enquiries into the find are continuing."