Two males from Lawrence Hill have been arrested after £56,000 of medicine have been seized yesterday (July 26).
Avon and Somerset Constabulary officers have been notified yesterday morning by UK Border Power a couple of bundle that they had intercepted.
It contained a magazine which hid what was believed to be four,100 tabs of LSD, a Class A drug – with an estimated road worth of £41,000.
Officers in Bristol set out for the meant supply handle of the suspected recipient, the place a 35-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of importation of Class A medicine.
While finishing up a search of the property, police mentioned they discovered three lard tubs of hashish believed to be value roughly £5,000.
One other 39-year-old male was additionally detained and located to be carrying a considerable amount of hashish resin, police mentioned.
Additional searches yielded a discovery of but extra medication paraphernalia, together with vital portions of hashish oil, magic mushrooms, and hashish resin – value a collective estimated road worth in extra of £10,000 which resulted within the man being arrested on suspicion of intent to provide Class B medication.
Each males stay in police custody.
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