Police raided a cannabis factory with a crop potentially worth around £95,000 in December.

Officers attended the address in Willow Way, Potters Bar, and found more than 230 cannabis plants along with highly hazardous butane gas canisters used to make cannabis oil.

A 35-year-old woman from Potters Bar and a 31-year-old man from Potters Bar have been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the production of a controlled drug. Both have been released under investigation.

Maureen Whale, 77, died after a break-in at her home in Barnet, due to coronary heart disease which the coroner ruled on Friday was brought on by stress from the incident on December 4. Police are treating her death as manslaughter.

The force released CCTV of two witnesses they would like to talk to about the death.

Officers said the boys on bikes in the CCTV image are not in any trouble but are “potentially really important witnesses”.

There was plenty of festive cheer as the Coca-Cola truck made its way to Borehamwood for the first time ever last week.

The giant red lorry couldn’t be missed as it parked up at Tesco for around eight hours on Wednesday and there were plenty of visitors excited to catch a glimpse of the truck which has become a popular modern-day symbol of Christmas.

Borehamwood was one of the final stops of the tour this year and people will be hoping it won’t be the last time they see it in the town