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Seven arrests as cash and drugs seized in morning police raid

PUBLISHED: 12:29 09 March 2018 | UPDATED: 13:10 09 March 2018

Officers executed a warrant at Bull Close Road as part of Operation Gravity. Picture: Norfolk Police

Officers executed a warrant at Bull Close Road as part of Operation Gravity. Picture: Norfolk Police

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Seven people have been arrested as part of a drugs raid at an address in North Norwich this morning.

Officers executed a warrant at Bull Close Road as part of Operation Gravity. Picture: Norfolk PoliceOfficers executed a warrant at Bull Close Road as part of Operation Gravity. Picture: Norfolk Police

Oficers from the neighbourhood policing team, community team and a Norfolk and Suffolk police dogs unit forced entry to a property on Bull Close Road.

A spokesperson from Norfolk Police said: “Officers attended an address on Bull Close Road following concerns from local residents about drug dealing in the area.

“We have seized a large quantity of cash and Class A drugs and seven people have been arrested.”

Two woman and five men have now been taken into custody.

Officers executed a warrant at Bull Close Road as part of Operation Gravity. Picture: Norfolk PoliceOfficers executed a warrant at Bull Close Road as part of Operation Gravity. Picture: Norfolk Police

Sgt Mark Shepherd, who helped execute the warrant, tweeted that one person was arrested after being located trying to hide from officers upstairs.

The raid was part of the ongoing drive to crack down on Class A drug dealing in the county - Operation Gravity.

Anyone with concerns about drug dealing in their area should contact Norfolk Police on 101.


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