Police have rescued four children from a house in Bristol after bags of suspected cocaine hidden inside nappies.
Officers made the discovery along with 4o cannabis plants growing in a room which had two mattresses believed to be used by two of the children.
The children within the house were aged between five and just a few months old, they could have easily ingested the drugs within the house, They have now been taken into the care of friends.
Officers removed drugs paraphernalia at the house, which included plates used to crush drugs, snap bags and cutting agent, in the raid on Thursday.
Police say the parent’s children were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply.
Neighbourhood beat manager PC Richard Jeffery said scenes in the house had been “genuinely upsetting to find”, and said officers were “determined to keep asking for and acting on the information we need”.
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