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Four crossbows, more than a kilo of cocaine and £10,000 cash seized in police search

PUBLISHED: 12:35 01 October 2018 | UPDATED: 12:35 01 October 2018

Two men are to appear at court charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine Picture: GREGG BROWN

Two men are to appear at court charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine Picture: GREGG BROWN

Drugs including more than a kilo of cocaine along with two hydraulic presses, about £10,000 in cash and four crossbows were seized during a police search.

Officers from Suffolk Constabulary carried out a drugs warrant in Martinet Green, Ipswich at around 9pm on Friday, September 28.

Four men were arrested in connection with drug offences and taken to Martlesham Police Investigation Centre for questioning.

Salvatore Dellabella, 52, from Martinet Green in Ipswich, and Fredi Koboci, 35, of no fixed address, will both appear at Suffolk Magistrates’ Court today (Monday October 1).

A 26-year-old man from Ipswich and a 40-year-old man from Colchester were released under investigation pending further enquiries.

Police have been making a series of arrests connected with drug-related activities this year.

Between January and July this year, officers arrested more than 150 people in connection with the supply of class A drugs across the county.

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