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Arrest made after police raid properties in Carlton looking for firearms


Police have made an arrest after going on the hunt for firearms in Carlton,

Gedling’s Operation Reacher team carried out raids to execute firearms warrants at addresses in Incher Mews and Carlton Hill.

No firearms were recovered from any of the properties.

A man was arrested at the Incher Mews address on suspicion of possession of criminal property. A quantity of cash and other items suspected to have been gained through criminality were also seized.

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Inspector Chris Pearson
PICTURED: Inspector Chris Pearson has praised Operation Reacher officers (IMAGE: Notts Police)

The 21-year-old man arrested yesterday (October 29) was subsequently released under investigation while enquiries continue

Inspector Chris Pearson, Neighbourhood Policing Inspector responsible for local policing in the Gedling borough area, said: “Our Operation Reacher teams are great assets to the force and continue to deliver results to help tackle and reduce crime in our neighbourhoods.

“As yesterday’s proactive activity showed, the teams can have a real impact by working closely together, supported by colleagues, to tackle issues that people have told us matter most to them and make our communities safer.”

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