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Heroin, cannabis and stolen horses seized in Norfolk police drugs raid

PUBLISHED: 19:53 04 June 2018 | UPDATED: 11:18 05 June 2018

Cannabis was seized when police raided a home in Swaffham. Pic: Norfolk Constabulary.

Cannabis was seized when police raided a home in Swaffham. Pic: Norfolk Constabulary.

Norfolk Constabulary

More than £5,000 worth of heroin, more than a hundred cannabis plants and two stolen horses have been seized after police raided a property in Swaffham.

Two people have been arrested after Norfolk police carried out a drugs warrant on a property in Castle Acre Road today.

Police from Breckland and King’s Lynn were joined by police dogs during the operation.
Police said they recovered a stolen trailer, £5,000 worth of a drug they believe to be heroin, more than a hundred cannabis plants, £10,000 in cash and two stolen horses.
They said the horses had been returned to “a delighted owner” and that two people had been arrested following the raid.

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