Three people have been arrested for drug offences in Shrewsbury following a warrant.
Police carried out a warrant at Worcester Road on Monday 30 November and a 25-year-old man and two woman aged 32and 33 were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent Class A drugs.
A substantial amount of drugs, suspected to be cocaine, were seized from the premises and the three arrested have been released under investigation.
Sergeant Rebecca Thomas said: “We are committed to disrupting the supply of drugs throughout Shropshire and this warrant saw a significant amount of drugs taken off the streets. I am really pleased with the outcome of the warrant and we will continue to take action to tackle the any issue of drugs and keep our communities safer.”
West Mercia Police is currently running ‘Protect’ – a campaign aimed at tackling serious and organised crime underpinned by Pursue, Prevent, Protect and Prepare.
Pursue – disrupt and prosecute those involved in serious and organised crime.
Prevent – stop individuals from becoming involved in serious and organised crime.
Protect – increase levels of protection against serious and organised crime.
Prepare – reduce the impact of serious and organised crime.
Information about drugs and drug supply can be reported to the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Young people concerned their or their friend’s involvement in drugs and drugs supply can visit www.fearless.org where confidential help and support is available.