Cocaine, cannabis and MDMA found in Sutton police raid
A man was arrested on suspicion of drug dealing after a large quantity of suspected cocaine, cannabis and MDMA was found in a police raid.
Police found the suspected class A drugs in the kitchen of a property in Wendling Road, Sutton, on July 2.
The substances were seized for forensic examination along with a number of items of drugs paraphernalia.
The operation was carried out by officers from St Helier and Sutton North safer neighbourhoods teams after a tip-off from the community.
Sergeant Barry Lauder, of St Helier safer neighbourhoods team, said:"This is all about local officers responding to information from local communities.
"We will be robust and relentless in our pursuit of local criminals including drugs related criminals."
Anyone with information can contact St Helier SNT on 020 8649 3591, Sutton Police station on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
The operation was carried out as part of Operation Hawk, which involves officers responding directly to community intelligence to target drug dealers, perpetrators of anti-social behaviour and other criminals.