Cannabis plants found in Rosyth house
POLICE have seized cannabis plants with drugs worth than £2200 from a house in Rosyth.
Officers on routine enquiries on Saturday uncovered a cannabis plantation and equipment resulting in a local man and woman being reported to the procurator fiscal.
Community Sergeant Tony Rogers said, "We will deal robustly with illegal drugs that plague our communities and this serves as a reminder to those who think they are safe to grow cannabis within the confines of their home.
"The repercussions of their actions could be serious. As well as the possibility of detection by police, consideration must be given to the safety risks of having extensive lighting and heating within a domestic setting.
"Having been involved in several searches of cannabis plantations in Rosyth over recent months, I am appalled at the risks people take in setting up multiple electrical transformers and other apparatus with inadequate wiring and without any apparent concern for their own safety or the safety of other people living in their homes."