£6,000 worth of cocaine seized in drugs raid on Great Yarmouth home
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Cocaine with an estimated street value of £6,000 was seized from a home during a police raid.
Officers from Norfolk Police's Tactical Crime Unit seized 300 wraps of the Class A drug from a property in Nelson Road South on Wednesday afternoon as part of an ongoing operation targeting
Police also seized about £3,000 in cash and two men were arrested in connection with the find.
The men, aged 33 and 57, were questioned at Great Yarmouth Police Investigation Centre on suspicion being concerned in the supply of drugs. Both were released under investigation while enquiries continue.
Det Sgt Paul Morton, from the Tactical Crime Unit, said: 'Targeting illegal drug activity remains a priority for us and our work will continue to disrupt this activity.'
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Earlier this year Norfolk Police launched their anti-drugs Operation Gravity push to stamp out dealing in the county.
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