Cocaine worth hundreds seized by police after raid in Fordham
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Cocaine thought to be worth £400 was seized by police after a raid in Fordham.
Officers from the Crime Action Team successfully executed a search warrant in Rule Gardens under the Misuse of Drugs Act on Friday March 9.
The team entered and searched the address seizing a quantity of cocaine thought to be valued at approximately £400 and a further quantity of cannabis.
Three adults have since been interviewed on suspicion of possessing the drugs with intent to supply.
The Crime Action Team, lead by detective sergeant Juliet Heald worked with local problem solving officers to respond to local concerns.
PC Matt Smith said the residents at the address were expected to have been evicted yesterday, Sunday March 11.
“If you have any information to offer police with regard to supply of controlled drugs you can contact Ely police station by calling 101.
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“You can pass information on this or any crime anonymously by calling CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111.”