Sheffield man, 32, arrested after police raids

Police batter a door in Fox Hill, Sheffield, during a raid
Police batter a door in Fox Hill, Sheffield, during a raid

A 32-year-old man was arrested over alleged drug offences after police raids in a Sheffield suburb.

Officers swooped at two addresses simultaneously on Keats Road, in Fox Hill, before also searching the Keats Road Social Club.

Keats Road, in Foxhill, Sheffield (pic: Google)

Keats Road, in Foxhill, Sheffield (pic: Google)

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A 32-year-old man from the area was arrested after ‘significant’ quantities of class A and B drugs were found in the residential premises.

Officers also recovered a ‘significant’ sum of cash under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

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South Yorkshire Police shared this photo of an officer battering a door on the street, accompanied by a warning that more action would follow in the area.

Posting on Facebook, Sheffield North East neighbourhood policing team wrote: “The Parson Cross Team are continuing to address criminality within the Fox Hill area and whilst we made significant progress during 2018 there is plenty more to come.

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”We know who and where you are, who you are linked to and why. We are coming.... next week/next month - the clock is ticking. To be continued....”