POLICE refused to confirm if a house raided in Eastwood was the location of a cannabis farm.
An eyewitness told the Advertiser they had seen officers leaving a property with what appeared to be cannabis.
But South Yorkshire Police would neither confirm or deny that the raid, on York Road last Thursday morning, was in connection with a drugs raid.
A spokesperson said: “The police activity around St Ann's Road was in connection to an ongoing investigation.”
A police van and car were parked outside and, according to the eyewitness, officers were seen “raiding the property and bringing cannabis out”.
The raid is the latest in a long line of police incidents in Eastwood.
Police found cannabis in three houses in Eastwood in raids just a few days apart last month.
Weeks later, in the run-up to Christmas, drugs police discovered a house on Milton Street had been knocked through to next door to provide a bigger space for growing cannabis.
Residents and business owners in Eastwood have also regularly complained about regular power cuts which have been linked to cannabis production.