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‘Large amount of drugs’ found after police search address and vehicle

Two men have been arrested after police stopped a car and found large quantities of suspected Class A drugs.

Officers on patrol spotted two men behaving suspiciously in the vehicle in North Sherwood Street, Radford, yesterday (18 November 2022) at around 9pm.

When they pulled the car over in Forest Road East a short time later, officers detained the pair and found large quantities of cash in the men’s pockets.

When they searched inside the vehicle a further quantity of suspected Class A and B drugs were discovered.

The two men were arrested and when officers later searched an address linked to them in North Sherwood Street they found further large amounts of suspected Class A, B and C drugs.

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Significant quantities of cash, drug paraphernalia and high value property were also recovered.

Two men, aged 22 and 25, were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class A, B and C drugs and possessing criminal property.

Detective Sergeant Simon Carter, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “This was an excellent piece of police work by the officers on patrol in Radford last night and has allowed us to recover large quantities of suspected drugs and criminal property.

“I am pleased these two suspects have been arrested and our investigation continues.”

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