Hive of police activity in Bury St Edmunds as officers target drug crime
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Police dogs have helped officers in pursuit of two males who were wanted on suspicion of drug offences in Bury St Edmunds.
There was a hive of police activity around the Macebearer pub area, near the Hardwick shops, in the town this afternoon at about 2.45pm.
A total of five local officers and two dog units were involved in detaining the males, who were arrested for being concerned in the supply of class A drugs and are now in custody.
One suspect is from Bury St Edmunds and the other, a teenager of about 17, is from the London area.
A spokesman for Suffolk police said this was a targeted patrol in the area.
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On Twitter officers thanked members of the public for their help.
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