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Two arrested after thousands of pounds worth of cannabis and large sword are seized

PUBLISHED: 14:08 08 March 2019 | UPDATED: 14:46 08 March 2019

Suffolk Police's Scorpion Drug Team seized thousands of pounds worth of cannabis and a large sword during a Lowestoft raid. Photo: Scorpion Drug team.

Suffolk Police's Scorpion Drug Team seized thousands of pounds worth of cannabis and a large sword during a Lowestoft raid. Photo: Scorpion Drug team.

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Thousands of pounds worth of cannabis and a sword were seized during a drugs raid by a specialised unit.

Suffolk Police's Scorpion Drug Team seized thousands of pounds worth of cannabis and a large sword during a Lowestoft raid. Photo: Scorpion Drug team.Suffolk Police's Scorpion Drug Team seized thousands of pounds worth of cannabis and a large sword during a Lowestoft raid. Photo: Scorpion Drug team.

Suffolk Police’s Scorpion Drug Team made the discovery when executing a warrant in Raglan Street, Lowestoft yesterday (Thursday, March 7).

The team took to twitter to show its successful haul and the dangerous weapon it has now taken off the streets.

Suffolk Police's Scorpion Drug Team seized thousands of pounds worth of cannabis and a large sword during a Lowestoft raid. Photo: Scorpion Drug team.Suffolk Police's Scorpion Drug Team seized thousands of pounds worth of cannabis and a large sword during a Lowestoft raid. Photo: Scorpion Drug team.

Scorpion Team tweeted: “Warrant executed in Lowestoft today by East Scorpion. Thousands of pounds work of cannabis seized . . . but there was a find that had the potential to be even more concerning.”

A Suffolk Police spokesman added: “Police conducted a warrant at an address on Raglan Street in Lowestoft yesterday afternoon under the Misuse of Drugs Act. Large quantities of cannabis, about £300 in cash and paraphernalia associated with supply located at the premises

“Two people were arrested on suspicion with intent to supply drugs. An 18 year old man and a 21 year old man were taken to Great Yarmouth Police Investigation Centre for questioning. They were subsequently released under investigation.”


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