CANNABIS farmers put lives at risk by tapping in to a mains cable to get free electricity.
Police seized dozens of cannabis plants from a house on Caythorpe Street in Moss Side.
During the investigation, on Friday night, officers discovered the growers had illegally tapped into the electricity grid.
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