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Two men arrested after police officers seize quantity of Class A drugs in Sudbury area




A pair of men were arrested, after a quantity of illegal drugs was confiscated by police in the Sudbury area.

The incident occurred on Wednesday, August 7, when officers carrying out a targeted patrol encountered two men, who ran off, while one of them was seen to discard a package.

The officers subsequently gave chase and managed to detain both men.

Two men were arrested. Stock picture. (15186385)
Two men were arrested. Stock picture. (15186385)

The discarded package was then recovered by police, who found what they believed to be a quantity of illicit Class A drugs.

As a result, both men were arrested on suspicion of possession of a prohibited substance with intent to supply.

They were transported to the Suffolk Constabulary Investigation Centre in Bury St Edmunds for questioning.

Anybody who has information about the supply of unlawful drugs in the Sudbury area should contact police on 101, or alternatively get in touch with the Crimestoppers charity anonymously, by calling 0800 555111.



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