Class A and B drugs seized after police raid Wembley flat
One man bailed the other given a cannabis warning
Police have seized a quantity of class A and B drugs after raiding a flat in Wembley.
Officers stormed an address in Ada Lewis House in Empire Way, following information about drugs being kept in the property.
A 46-year old-man has been bailed after being arrested for possession of Class A drugs.
A 52-year old man was given a cannabis warning.
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PC Gerrard Jones from Tokyngton Safer Neighbourhoods Team, who led the raid which took place last Friday (13), said: “We are delighted with this result.
“We know the effects of drugs on the community and urge the public to contact us with any information they have.”
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