Three people have been charged following the discovery of a commercial scale production factory of ‘cannabis edibles’ in Pembrokeshire.

Between June 5 and 6, it was discovered that the address in Haverfordwest was being used to produce what is believed to be thousands of cannabis edibles.

There are concerns that the edibles are being supplied to young people.

Officers also carried out a warrant in the Crymych area where a small quantity of cannabis was recovered.

Twenty-seven-year-old Chay Miles, fifty-one-year-old John Miles and ninteen-year-old Kyle Gadsby have all been charged with Possession with intent to supply Class B controlled drugs and being concerned in the supply of Class B controlled drugs. They have been remanded in custody and will appear in court on July 8.

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A spokesperson for Dyfed-Powys Police said: “Officers want parents to be aware of cannabis edibles which, although they contain an element of the Class B drug, they do not have the smell or appearance of cannabis. They may also contain other illicit substances.

“Instead, they look and smell like a normal shop-bought food item but can be stronger than other cannabis products.

“And because of how they are packaged, they can be particularly appealing to young people and teenagers, who may call them gummies or bites,” they added.