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Drugs and mobile phones confiscated after Haverhill house raided




A quantity of class A and class B drugs and mobile phones were seized by police after they raided a property on a housing estate in Haverhill.

A police spokesman said that a warrant was executed under Section 23 of the Misuse of Drugs Act at a property on the Clements estate on Tuesday, November 17.

The spokesmanadded: "A number of items were seized including a small amount of Class A drugs (cocaine) and Class B drugs (cannabis), along with a number of electronic devices.

Police raided a house in Haverhill and found class A and B drugs. Picture for illustrative purposes only
Police raided a house in Haverhill and found class A and B drugs. Picture for illustrative purposes only

"No arrests have been made at this stage and enquiries are ongoing.”

A social media post by Haverhill police said that the warrant was carried out with the help of intelligence from the general public, saying that it was "due to community information drugs were been sold from an address".

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