Police seize drugs and cash during raids in St Albans and Shenley
- Credit: Archant
Drugs and cash have been seized during police raids in St Albans.
A spokeswoman for Herts Police said that a golf ball sized quantity of cannabis and money were seized from a St Albans address during an operation led by the Potters Bar neighbourhood team.
Four drugs warrants were carried out at about 10.30am last Tuesday (12), including one in Shenley and two in Potters Bar.
Police raided properties at Maynard Drive in St Albans and Cockle Way in Shenley.
Pc Jon Singleton of the safer neighbourhood team, who was involved in the operation, said that while no arrests have yet been made, “investigations are on-going and we have a number of positive leads which we are already working on”.
You may also want to watch:
He added: “I hope this positive action sends a clear message to anyone involved in drug crime and associated anti-social behaviour that we will carry out operations to target you.
“I also hope these warrants show residents that we do listen to their concerns and will take action against those, who are in the minority, who deal in drugs and make others’ lives a misery.”
- 1 Revealed: Hertfordshire's most expensive villages
- 2 Farewell Paddington! Time for St Albans stalwart to say his goodbyes
- 3 Traffic chaos caused by Redbourn Road works
- 4 Help reunite toy milk jug with new owner
- 5 St Albans mum tells son's story in new book
- 6 Harpenden Food and Drink Festival returns after six years
- 7 Phantoms of the railway - the ghost lines of Welwyn and Harpenden
- 8 Area Guide: The quaint Hertfordshire village of Piccotts End
- 9 National Hospitality Day: 'Per Tutti means everyone is welcome'
- 10 Shortages crisis hits district
Pc Singleton said the police need local people to help them build up a picture of drug misuse and drug dealing in the district.
He said that, combined with covert and behind-the-scenes police activity, officers can then collect the evidence needed to carry out raids and bring drug dealers to justice.
Signs to look out for include an unusual numbers of callers to an address at all times of the night and day, drugs paraphernalia and people with an unusually lavish lifestyle.
To help the police break the cycle of drugs and crime, if you have any information about drug dealing, where it is happening and who is involved, please contact Herts Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.