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Police leave light-hearted note after Oxford cannabis find

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    CannibisImage copyright Thames Valley Police
    Image caption Thames Valley Police left the light-hearted note in woodland near Oxford

    Police left a light-hearted note saying “sorry we missed you” after digging up a cannabis plantation.

    Thames Valley Police received a tip off the drugs were in woodland near Oxford on Saturday.

    Officers left a notice which read: “Ooops! Sorry we missed each other, but feel free to call me on 101 so we can discuss a deal. Lots of love, TVP xx.”

    The force tweeted that they had left the note because “#WeveGotManners”.

    The drugs were discovered in woodland between Wolvercote Mill Stream and the A34 near Oxford.

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    Thames Valley Police said the drugs were “seized and destroyed”. No-one has been arrested.

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