UPDATE: Drugs valued at £300,000 seized from St Paul’s Cray bungalow as Operation Hawk continues

PUBLISHED: 12:00 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 12:00 27 March 2013

Officers carrying out drug raids in Bromley.

Officers carrying out drug raids in Bromley.


More than 350 cannabis plants with a street value of £300,000 have been seized from a bungalow in St Paul’s Cray as borough officers continue to target drug dealers as part of Operation Hawk today.

The semi-detached property had the garage, main bedroom, a large cupboard and the loft converted into a drug producing factory.

A man was arrested in his car near to the scene, which police seizing £5,000 in cash from his vehicle.

There have been a total of 20 arrests made so far in Bromley, with five cannabis factories closed down contaning a total of 655 plants. Through the execution of 10 warrants, police have also recovered Class A drugs, a stun gun, large quantities of cash and seized two uninsured vehicles.

If you have information about someone dealing drugs in your area, contact the local Safer Neighbourhood Team or dial 101. To remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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