Drugs and fake guns seized in Bromley police swoop
PUBLISHED: 14:11 18 July 2012 | UPDATED: 14:36 18 July 2012
Fake guns and more than 200 cannabis plants were seized in a drugs swoop across Bromley on July 12.
Officers were tipped off by the public and arrested 10 people at 15 different addresses for a range of offences.
The list included the possession and supply of Class A drugs, cultivation of cannabis, possession and supply of cannabis, handling stolen goods and offences under the dangerous dogs act.
Chief inspector Darren Murphy said; “This operation is a clear message to drug suppliers that we will act on any information received by the members of the public.
“We will not tolerate drugs having a negative impact on the quality of life of our residents.”
Class A drugs, stolen mail, stolen electrical goods and two dangerous dogs were also taken by police.
Anyone who has information on the supply of illegal drugs call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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