Suspected drugs worth £250K seized in Plymouth raids

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Suspected drugs in Plymouth. Pic: Devon and Cornwall Police
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Powders were among the items found during the raids

Suspected drugs with an estimated street value more than £250,000 have been found by police in Plymouth during raids at two properties in the city.

Officers carried out the raids in the Devonport and Stonehouse areas on Thursday morning.

As well as powders and pills, about £80,000 in cash was also discovered, police said.

Three people, a man and two women, have been arrested on suspected money laundering and drug supply offences.

The arrested people included a 64-year-old woman from Plymouth, as well as a 48-year-old man and a 37-year-old woman from Ivybridge.

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