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Lowestoft: Four bailed after drugs warrant for property in Cambridge Road, search finds herbal cannabis and white powder

13:16 21 March 2014

Police arrest four at Cambridge Road property, Lowestoft

Police arrest four at Cambridge Road property, Lowestoft

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Three men and a woman have been arrested after police executed a drugs warrant at a property on Cambridge Road, Lowestoft, yesterday, Thursday 20 March.

Officers searched the property and the four people were detained after a quantity of golf ball sized packages, containing white powder, were recovered. An amount of herbal cannabis was also discovered, and money and drugs paraphernalia were also seized.

The men aged 51-years and 24-years from Lowestoft and one aged 26 with no fixed abode and the woman aged 30, also from Lowestoft, were arrested at the scene on suspicion of possession of a controlled drug with intent to supply.

They were taken into custody and interviewed.

Two of the men and the woman have been bailed to return to the Great Yarmouth Police Investigation Centre on Tuesday, May 20, and the third man aged 24-years was bailed to return to Great Yarmouth Police Investigation Centre on Monday, March 26, to allow further enquiries to be carried out.

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