Two men have appeared in court following the discovery of a cannabis farm inside an old bank in Great Yarmouth.

One man's hearing was adjourned to allow the court time to find an interpreter, while the other was remanded in custody to appear at Norwich Crown Court in July.

Fatjon Hallaci, 32, and Mark Kola, 34, were arrested inside the old NatWest branch on Hall Quay on Friday night after a police raid led to the discovery of cannabis inside the property.

The two men, both of Hall Quay, were later charged with the production of cannabis.

Hallaci appeared at Norwich Magistrates' on Monday. He has been remanded in custody until his hearing at Norwich Crown Court at 10.30am on July 1.

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Great Yarmouth Mercury: The side entrance to the old NatWest bank on Row 61 - Popinjay Row.The side entrance to the old NatWest bank on Row 61 - Popinjay Row. (Image: James Weeds)Kola's Monday hearing was adjourned until Tuesday while the court found an Albanian interpreter.

Officers found the cannabis farm in the former NatWest branch beside the Star Hotel at around 8.50pm on Friday and discovered plants growing on three floors of the building.

At least three police vehicles and officers were seen close to the boarded-up hotel at around 11.30pm.

A police seal was in place over the weekend and Monday.