Two men have been jailed for dealing heroin in Cornwall.
Alike Mamwa, 24, from Callington, and Dion Needs, 20, from Saltash, sold drugs by sending blanket text messages to a list of contacts.
They were convicted at Truro Crown Court of supplying Class A drugs and sentenced to five and a half years and three years in prison respectively.
The pair were arrested after police found heroin with a street level value of £9,220 at a property in Callington.
The court heard that Mamwa had taken over the home of a user for the purpose of selling and storing drugs - a tactic known as "cuckooing".
Cannabis, drug paraphernalia and eight mobile phones were found at the east Cornwall address.
A phone seized from Mamwa contained text messages which police said were "indicative of the sale [of drugs] at street level for commercial gain rather than a user selling amongst a small group of friends".