FOUR warrants were executed in Denbighshire and four arrests have been made.

The warrants were executed on Tuesday, June 16.

Three men, aged 29 and 30, from the Rhyl and Henllan areas have been arrested for being concerned in the supply of controlled drugs.

Denbighshire Free Press:

The warrants were connected to the suspected possession and supply of controlled drugs. Pictures: North Wales Police

A quantity of what is believed to be class A and B drugs along with cash has been seized and further searches are ongoing.

All those arrested are currently in custody at St Asaph Police Station.

Insp James Keene said: “This is yet another example of the successful work that is being undertaken by Neighbourhood Policing Teams, supported by colleagues from other units within North Wales Police to investigate and pursue those involved in serious and organised criminality.

Denbighshire Free Press:

Pictures: North Wales Police June 16

“We will continue to pursue those involved in organised and criminal groups that operate in the Denbighshire area and these warrants should serve as a warning to others who are involved in such activity.

“We want to reassure the community that we are taking positive action. By conducting these warrants our aim is to cause disruption to the trade in illegal drugs across the area and the associated violence.

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Picture: North Wales Police

"These types of warrants would not be possible without the support and assistance of the local communities.

"I again appeal to anyone with information linked to drugs supply of any kind to make contact with us. We will always treat any information in the upmost confidence.”

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