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Officers are conducting an investigation after the discovery of a quantity of Class A drugs at an address in the Blackfield area this morning (Monday, September 4).
Local officers – along with specialist units – attended and carried out a proactive drugs warrant at an address on Bevis Close in Blackfield at around 6am.
Inside they discovered a quantity of suspected Class A drugs, a quantity of cash – approx. £1,000.These were all seized for evidence alongside several mobile devices.
No arrests have been made at this time, but our enquiries into this matter remain ongoing.
Anyone who has any information that might help our investigation is asked to call 101 quoting 44230354363.
We’re really keen to hear from people who suspect there is drug related activity occurring in their neighbourhood.
Every call you make to us is logged and helps us build up an intelligence picture about what might be happening in your local community.
This allows us to take action and protect neighbourhoods from drug related harm caused by this criminality and anti-social behaviour associated with drug-related activity.
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