Posted: Wed 5th Sep 2018

Updated: Wed 5th Sep

Drugs warrant in Gwersyllt results in double win for community for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Sep 5th, 2018

North Wales Police have reported a ‘positive result’ after a drugs raid at an address on Bottom Road, Summerhill, earlier this morning.

The warrant was executed after ‘intelligence provided by the community’ and resulting in a large amount of cannabis being recovered.

The above aftermath of the raid was pictured, showing a range of equipment removed to the front garden of the property.

Police also added that the local community will benefit doubly from the raid, as well as disrupting an apparent drugs operation, they said: “All these reusable posts and compost will be donated to community groups to give something back”.

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