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Police seize cannabis and crack cocaine worth £5k in Alperton

PUBLISHED: 10:18 26 January 2016 | UPDATED: 10:18 26 January 2016

Cannabis worth £5,000 has been seized in Alperton (Pic: Twitter@MPSBrent)

Cannabis worth £5,000 has been seized in Alperton (Pic: Twitter@MPSBrent)

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Police have seized class A and B drugs worth more than £5,000 during a stop and search in Alperton this morning.

Officers discovered the vast quantity of cannabis and what is believed to be crack cocaine haul after they stopped an unknown number of males who were ‘behaving suspiciously’.

A photograph of the drugs, which include a bin liner filled with cannabis, was uploaded on social media website Twitter by Brent Police.

The men have been arrested.

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