Men arrested over £75,000 drug haul in Bristol

Drugs and equipment seized during police operation Two kilos of what is believed to be heroin and equipment used in the supply of drugs were found

Two men have been arrested after class A drugs with an estimated street value of £75,000 were seized by police in Bristol.

Avon and Somerset Police stopped a vehicle in Dundry and raided a property in Knowle West after arresting the men in Hengrove on Tuesday.

Items believed to have been used in the supply of heroin were also discovered.

A 22-year-old man from Bristol and a 44-year-old man are in custody and being questioned over drug offences.

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