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Police seize thousands of pounds of drugs in Middlesbrough

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.
Cleveland Police Officers have seized £6,000 worth of suspected Class A drugs from a house in Middlesbrough.
Police shut down the suspected crack den on Roman Road in the town.
Two people were arrested aged 34 and 48, they have been arrested  on suspicion of possession with intent
to supply Class A drugs. Both are currently in police custody. 
Detective Inspector Christian Ellis, from the Community Drugs Enforcement Team, said: “The action that we have taken today has been as a result of community intelligence and we would like to thank those members of the public that do come 
forward with information. Hopefully this clearly demonstrates that it is being acted upon and as a result drugs are being removed from the streets of Cleveland.” 
Anyone wishing to pass on information regarding drugs activity in their area is asked to contact Cleveland Police Community Drugs Enforcement Team on 0800 092 9702. 

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