Man arrested after drugs, cash, a gun and ammunition found in Kingsbury
Discovery made as part of proactive operation by the Met’s Central Task Force
Police have uncovered drugs, cash, a gun and ammunition at an address in Kingsbury.
A 28-year-old man has been arrested following the discovery during a proactive operation from the Met’s Central Task Force.
Officers swooped on the man in Sandhurst Road, Kingsbury, yesterday at around 6.40pm, and found him in possession of crack cocaine.
An address in nearby Girton Avenue was subsequently searched leading to the discovery of a Smith and Wesson revolver, five rounds of .38 ammunition, cash, and cocaine and heroin worth thousands of pounds.
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The man is currently being questioned at a police station in south London.
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