Police raid Norwich flat four times in four months - this time arresting three people
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Police have seized a large amount of suspected Class A drugs after raiding a Norwich flat for the fourth time in four months.
Officers executed yet another warrant at the flat in Watson Grove on Wednesday afternoon - just over a month since the last raid on December 18.
A Norfolk police spokesman said cash and a large quantity of suspected Class A drugs were seized.
Three people - including an 18-year-old man from Bedford - were also arrested in connection with drug supply offences.
The same property was raided by police on December 18 last year, during which officers seized suspected stolen bikes.
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Another raid carried out on December 1 resulted in police discovering a 'small amount' of crack cocaine and seizing multiple mobile phones from the property.
And on October 12, three people were charged with possession of a Class A drug with intent to supply after police found 400 wraps of suspected Class A drugs at the flat.
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The latest warrant was executed at 12.30pm on January 30, 2019.
A man and a woman in their 40s from the Norwich area were arrested alongside the 18-year-old.
They have all now been released under investigation whilst enquiries continue.