British real estate website mistakenly lists apparent pot farm

A home in Bristol was placed on the market via the site The photos shown to advertise the property showed an indoor cannabis farm, including the plants themselves and paraphernalia to go along with it. The listing claimed that items shown in pictures were not necessarily for sale with the home, but outside arrangements might be made for their purchase.
The real estate agent seems not to have understood the illegal use of the plants and only said that the property needed some "refurbishment." The police raided the home after being tipped off about the ad.
Neighbors said that the woman that had lived there previously had only been a resident for about four weeks. One neighbor claimed to have only seen her once in that time, watching as net curtains were put up in the windows and finding strange smells coming from the home.

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POSTED November 12 2013 12:06 PM

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