Four people have been arrested after Â£800,000 worth of drugs were seized in Rochdale.
On Monday 23 March 2015, police made enquiries at a house on Clement Royds Street and upon returning to their police vanÂ they discovered two large bags, containing over Â£800,000 worth of cocaine, crack cocaine and heroin.
A nearby address was subsequently searched and further class A drugs were recovered and along with approximately Â£53,000 in cash.
Two men aged 26 and 60 and two women aged 25 and 60 have been arrested on suspicion of supplying class A drugs and remain in police custody for questioning.
Detective Inspector Andrew Butterworth of Rochdale division said: â€œThis was an excellent result and an example of how police are determined to come out on top when it comes to drugs within the community.
â€œThanks to the hard work of our officers we have managed to keep these drugs off...
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