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Two men were arrested and a number of items were seized after a warrant was executed in Northampton.
Officers stormed the property in Swale Drive at 9.45am last Friday (February 3), following intelligence that it was connected to drug dealing.
Upon entry, a quantity of Class A and Class B drugs, and a knuckle duster, were found, and two men, both aged 19, were arrested on suspicion of drugs and weapons offences.
PD Socks, a specialist drugs, cash and firearms dog, was also in attendance at the warrant, uncovering other items which were seized including mobile phones, cash and drug dealing equipment.
Neighbourhood Policing Inspector – Beth Warren, said: “Op Revive aims to instil confidence in our communities that they can pass information onto us without fear and with the belief that we will act on their intelligence.
“This is a prime example of that aim in action and the team were really pleased on Friday with the results of this warrant and the arrests made.
“Whilst Op Revive focuses just as much on prevention and safeguarding, we do not neglect the enforcement element of it, and I want to reassure our local residents that we will continue working hard to bring drug dealers and those who exploit children and vulnerable people to justice.”
To contact the officers working on Op Revive with your community intelligence, please call 101 or email [email protected].