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Man and woman arrested after suspected Class A and B drugs seized

PUBLISHED: 10:19 13 September 2019 | UPDATED: 10:19 13 September 2019

A man and a woman have been arrested for drug offences after police seized suspected Class A and B substances in Norwich. Photo: Broadland Police

A man and a woman have been arrested for drug offences after police seized suspected Class A and B substances in Norwich. Photo: Broadland Police

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A man and a woman have been arrested for drug offences after police seized suspected Class A and B substances in Norwich.

A man and a woman have been arrested for drug offences after police seized suspected Class A and B substances in Norwich. Photo: Broadland PoliceA man and a woman have been arrested for drug offences after police seized suspected Class A and B substances in Norwich. Photo: Broadland Police

The 27-year-old man and 23-year-old woman were arrested after officers from the Local Policing Neighbourhood Team and the Norfolk Special Constabulary conducted a drugs warrant in Old Catton on Thursday, September 12.

Cash and electronic devices were also seized.

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They have since been released under investigation whilst enquiries continue.

PC Andy Mason, who led the warrant, said: "We take the public's concerns around illegal drug taking very seriously and will look to take action as soon as we are able to. Thanks to a close working with our Operational Partnership Team we were able to achieve a positive result.

"This then sends a clear message to those involved in drug use that those found in possession will be dealt with robustly."


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