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Three arrested in Gloucester as part of regional drugs operation

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Three men were arrested by police following a warrant at two addresses on Barton Street, Gloucester earlier this month as part of #OpScorpion

Barton Street Neighbourhood Policing Team worked with officers from Trading Standards to search a house and a shop.

An estimated £5,000 of cannabis was seized and the three men were arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of class B drugs #NoPlaceForDrugs

Read more: https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/news/gloucestershire/news/over-120000-of-class-a-drugs-seized-as-part-of-regional-drugs-op/

If you are aware of any drug dealing activity in your communities please contact the police.

The information you provide will be dealt with in full confidence with no compromise to you at all. The police require this information as it supports the building of a picture of what criminal activity is taking place relating to drugs supply (amongst other offences) in addresses and locations.

It allows the information to be converted into valuable intelligence which means there are options and tactics where police can apply for search warrants at specific addresses and locations to allow police to enter and search/seize controlled drugs and associated items (e.g. cash, mobile phones, and other drug dealing paraphernalia).

So if you know somebody or somewhere where drug dealing is taking place, including details of vehicles, times etc then please contact Gloucestershire Constabulary via Crimestoppers, online at https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/.../soh/seen-or-heard/ or by calling 101.

If you do provide information please remember that your personal details will never be disclosed further.
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