POLICE are appealing for the public’s help in identifying four men in relation to the discovery of £500,000 worth of cannabis in Thornbury.

Officers seized more than 780 cannabis plants from two drug farms in the town back in October.

Nearly 800 plants were discovered in two industrial units and seven people were subsequently arrested in February as part of an ongoing investigation.

A statement from Avon and Somerset police said: “We’re appealing for your help to identify the four men pictured.

“They could have important information to help with our investigation into a drugs operation carried out in South Gloucestershire on February 12.

“We’d like the men, or anyone recognising them to contact us.

“We believe they may have links with Gloucestershire, Thames Valley and the West Midlands areas.

“If you can help please contact us.

“We have arrested seven people as part of our investigation and seized cannabis plants with a value of more than £500,000.”

If you can help please contact police via bit.ly/2yrjVTt or by calling 101 quoting reference 5219243085.