ANOTHER cannabis factory with Vietnamese connections has been found in Huddersfield - the fourth so far this year.
Police moved swiftly to raid the house on Church Street in Paddock at 11pm on Saturday.
A 23-year-old man who is believed to be Vietnamese was arrested.
He has been charged with cultivating cannabis and electricity offences and was due to appear before Huddersfield magistrates today.
Officers seized around 130 plants with an estimated street value of about £40,000.
On April 20 police found 400 skunk cannabis plants with a street value of well over £100,000 at a terraced home on Wakefield Road at Aspley. One man was arrested and charged.
In late March police raided a house in Denby Dale and found a forest of cannabis in every room.
The hundreds of plants had an estimated street value approaching £250,000 and one man was arrested.
This followed another high profile raid when flats were raided on St Peter's Street, Huddersfield, on February 6.
Detectives and Drug Squad officers found hundreds of plants with a street value of £250,000 under lights and a hydroponic watering system.
It was the biggest ever found in Huddersfield.
Three men were later remanded in custody accused of conspiring to produce cannabis.
Anyone with information about drug dealing and cultivation should phone Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.