Closure Order served after discovery of drugs in Sheffield flat

A Closure Order has been served following the discovery of 100 rocks of crack cocaine in a Sheffield flat.

Monday, 14th December 2020, 11:46 am

As a result of the order, only the occupant of the flat on Exeter Place, Broomhall, is now allowed inside.

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A Closure Order has been served following the discovery of drugs in a flat in Broomhall, Sheffield

During the raid, around 100 'deal sized' rocks of crack cocaine were seized, in addition to a golf ball sized rock of the same drug.

Officers also found £3,000 in cash and some herbal cannabis.

Six people - five men and one woman - were arrested at the flat and another on neighbouring Exeter Drive.

Two suspects jumped 30ft out of a window in the Exeter Place flat to evade arrest when officers stormed the property.

Anyone with information on those involved in the supply of drugs in Sheffield should call South Yorkshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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