DRUGS were seized from a premises in Rhyl following police’s execution of a warrant following intelligence received from a third party.

In addition, two males have been interviewed by officers regarding their roles in the importation and possession of class B drugs.


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This took place on Sunday (May 26), as part of North Wales Police’s new multi-agency partnership tactic, called Clear, Hold, Build.

Designed by the Home Office, the scheme looks to regenerate areas most affected by serious and organised crime.

A spokesperson for the force added: “North Wales Police will continue to take robust action against those who bring controlled drugs into our communities.”