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Cash and drugs were seized after police stopped a vehicle in Daybrook.

Officers stopped the vehicle on Valley Road on Sunday (April 11, 2021) at around 10.30am.  

The car was searched and cocaine, cash and four mobile phones were recovered. A search of the men’s property in Arnold found further cash and phones which were also seized.

Following checks on police systems, two men aged 33 and 26 were arrested on suspicion of burglary, theft of motor vehicle and possession with intent to supply a class A drug. The men have since been bailed.  

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Inspector Kylie Davies said: “This was an excellent stop by officers following intelligence supplied to us. 

“We actively seek out drugs activity across the county and undertake a number of covert and overt methods in order to uncover anyone who may be involved in such criminality.

“Our officers work closely with local communities to help gather intelligence and build up information that could lead to more action being taken.

“That’s why it’s crucial that if you see any suspicious activity in your area, you report it.

“We welcome information from members of the public, if anyone has concerns about drug offences operating in their area, please get in touch with us on 101.”

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