POLICE seized hundreds of cannabis plants after raiding two addresses in Keighley.

A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police reported on Sunday (Sept 16) that officers had targeted two separate properties in the town, finding a total of 476 plants.

He said the first of these raids saw police batter their way into the property, where they arrested two men.

"Inside the property were six rooms filled with cannabis plants of varying growth stages," he said. "416 plants in total were seized and destroyed and two males have been released on bail pending forensic investigations.

"At the second address, in the Ingrow area of Keighley, officers again found it was being used purely for the cultivation of cannabis.

"Sixty plants were seized and forensic enquiries are ongoing to identify suspects.

"If people suspect an address is being used to grow cannabis they can report any information online at westyorkshire.police.uk/report-it or anonymously via Crimestoppers."