Posted: Wed 24th Apr 2024

Three arrested over ‘intent to supply Class B drugs’ for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area

Three people have been arrested and drugs, cash and phones have been seized following a drugs warrant in Wrexham.

The Wrexham Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team have detailed they executed the warrant at a premises in Gwersyllt last Tuesday on April 16th.

They said, “A large amount of drugs, believed to be cannabis, was seized, along with phones, cash and drug supply paraphernalia.

“Three people were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class B drugs.

“They have all since been released under investigation.

“Anyone with concerns about drug supply in their area can report it to us via our website, by calling us on 101, or anonymously via the independent charity CrimeStoppers.”

North Wales Police also released images of a door to a property being hit by the ‘big red key’ to gain entry.

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