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Operation Viper suspects

Alert message sent 14/01/2020 14:22:00

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Detectives working as part of Operation Viper have released eight photos of individuals they wish to speak to in connection with drugs offences.

Operation Viper is the Force’s operation to crack down on those involved in drug and gang related crime. It tackles the supply of Class A drugs, focusing on organised crime groups, gangs, local drug lines, and County Lines.

A recent operation undertaken across Northamptonshire, London and the West Midlands saw a total of 90 individuals charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs and the recovery of nearly £250,000 worth of goods.

Detectives are now appealing for help from the public to locate eight individuals who have allegedly committed drugs offences and with whom they have not yet been able to speak to.

Detective Chief Inspector Adam Pendlebury, said: “Community intelligence has been vital in helping us rid our streets of drugs and I would like to thank people for their support of Operation Viper since it was launched.

“I would now appeal to anyone who knows who these eight individuals might be and where they might be, to get in touch with us.

“If you don’t want to call us on 101, you can speak to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or use our online reporting form at www.northants.police.uk/reportonline.
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Craig Blacha (Police, Police Community Support Officer, Wellingborough)
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