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9 September 2011, 16:07 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
Suspected Class 'A' drugs with a street value of more than £30,000 have been discovered in a raid in Bradford.
Officers searched a house on Fair Road in the Wibsey area last night following information from members of the local community.
The find which is approximately half a kilo in weight will now be tested to determine its content.
Weighing scales, bags, mobile phones and hundreds of pounds in cash were also seized from the address.
A 29 year old man was arrested at the scene in connection with the discovery and enquiries are currently ongoing.
Inspector Shelton Newshan of the Queensbury, Royds and Wibsey NPT said:
'We will quickly act upon any information provided to us with a view to removing drugs and the associated issues of anti social behaviour from our local community.
'This is the third significant seizure in as many days and demonstrates the difference which can be made by working together.
'Although we proactively work to target individuals involved in criminal activity, we also need people to tell us when and where it is happening. If you let us know, I can guarantee you, we will take action to address it.'