Police target drugs gang suspected in £300 Million drugs conspiracy 1
Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.
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Early morning raids have taken place this morning Officers from Titan and Greater Manchester Police targeted a gang involved in a £300 Million pound drugs conspiracy.

Police smashed down a number of doors this morning Wednesday July 2nd and executed a number of warrants a number of addresses across Altrincham, Prestwich, Salford and Bolton.

Police have seized a large quantity of cash and drugs they are currently having their identity examined.

Eight men were arrested on suspicion of drugs trafficking offences and three women were arrested on suspicion of possessing Class B drugs.

All eight men are currently in police custody and will be questioned across today.

This morning’s raids have been part of an extensive investigation into the supply of Class A, B and C drugs across the North West by officers from Titan, the North West Regional Crime Unit.

Detective Superintendent Jason Hudson, Titan’s head of operations said: “The coordinated arrests this morning come as a result of an intensive and painstaking 12 month long investigation by my team.

“Our actions have delivered a massive blow against the organised criminals operating in the Manchester and North West region, and we continue to send a strong message to others involved in this type of crime that we will act on information we receive and we will be knocking on your door.

“We remain committed to tackling those involved in drugs offences by dismantling their hierarchies and putting those involved before the courts.

“I would urge decent, law-abiding members of the community who have information about criminality where they live to share that information with their local police force or Crimestoppers so that positive action can be taken.”

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Police target drugs gang suspected in £300 Million drugs conspiracy