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Arrest made following alleged drugs deal involving ‘crack cocaine’

PUBLISHED: 09:15 04 November 2019 | UPDATED: 10:16 04 November 2019

Suffolk Police’s East Scorpion drug team arrested a person following an alleged drug deal involving what is believed to be crack cocaine in Lowestoft on Friday, November 1. Picture: Suffolk Police Scorpion Team Twitter

Suffolk Police’s East Scorpion drug team arrested a person following an alleged drug deal involving what is believed to be crack cocaine in Lowestoft on Friday, November 1. Picture: Suffolk Police Scorpion Team Twitter

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“We’re always watching.”

That was the vow from a specialised drugs squad after a person was arrested following an alleged drug deal involving what is believed to be crack cocaine.

Suffolk Police’s East Scorpion drug team arrested a person following an alleged drug deal involving what is believed to be crack cocaine in Lowestoft on Friday, November 1. Picture: Suffolk Police Scorpion Team TwitterSuffolk Police’s East Scorpion drug team arrested a person following an alleged drug deal involving what is believed to be crack cocaine in Lowestoft on Friday, November 1. Picture: Suffolk Police Scorpion Team Twitter

Suffolk Police's East Scorpion drug team made the arrest in Lowestoft on Friday, November 1.

A quantity of cash was also recovered by officers at the scene.

Officers took to Twitter following the arrest, saying: "So you think you can deal Crack Cocaine in Lowestoft in front of EastScorpion officers....

"Think again!

"One In Custody.

"We're Always watching."

Since its formation, the Scorpion branch has prioritised a mass crackdown on drugs trafficking as it works to combat child sex offences and deny criminals use of the roads.


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