Class A drugs and £150k seized in police raids in Sheffield street
Class A drugs and £150,000 in cash were seized during two police raids in a Sheffield street.
Officers forced entry into two homes in Sharrow Lane, Sharrow, yesterday morning in a pre-planned operation.
They also searched a number vehicles linked to the addresses.
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“We want to be clear, to our communities and to those involved in organised crime, that our efforts are going to be relentless in disrupting criminal activity.”Anyone with concerns of information about the suspected supply or possession of drugs should call South Yorkshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.