Raid on Hartlepool house leads police to recover suspected drugs worth up to £6,000

A photo issued by Hartlepool Neighbourhood Policing Team following their rain on an address in St Joan's Grove in Foggy Furze.
A photo issued by Hartlepool Neighbourhood Policing Team following their rain on an address in St Joan's Grove in Foggy Furze.

Suspected drugs with a street value of up to £6,000 have been seized in a raid.

On Friday officers from Hartlepool Community Safety Team raided an address in St Joan's Grove in the Foggy Furze area of Hartlepool.

Controlled drugs with an approximate street value of between £5,000 and £6,000 were recovered from inside the address.

Four men, all aged in their 20s, were arrested and are assisting police with the investigation.

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Acting Inspector Adrian Dack of the Hartlepool Community Safety Team said: "We have received numerous complaints of anti social behaviour and suspected drug abuse occuring at this property and as a result we have executed a warrant to address the concerns of the community. Four males were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply class A drugs."