An addict who twice sold drugs to an undercover officer at Rhyl after police called a 'county lines' drug-dealing phone line was spared jail.

Mohammad Alirezaloo, aged 46, of Wellington Road, Rhyl, who Mold crown court heard had a £600 drugs debt, admitted supplying crack cocaine and heroin in the sting.

Judge Nicola Saffman told him: ”You were acting under direction, engaged by intimidation.

"You were working your debt off.”

She imposed a 16 months suspended jail term with rehabilitation and 200 hours unpaid work.

The judge said he was capable of rehabilitation.