Haul of drugs and suspected stolen goods seized in police raid

10:02 04 June 2014

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Officers seized a small haul of suspected stolen goods following a raid on a house in Ely on Monday.

Acting on intelligence “in relation to drugs”, police secured a warrant to raid the Springhead Lane property and discovered what they suspect to be several wraps of the Class A drug heroin.

A small number of items believed to have been stolen were also found. There were no reports of any arrests being made. A spokesman for Cambridgeshire police said an investigation into the incident was ongoing.

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