SEVEN arrests in Slough and Bracknell were made this morning after police warrants were executed following a drug offence investigation.

This morning, July 20, Police officers carried out a number of warrants as part of an investigation into drug offences, attending four addresses in Slough and one in Bracknell.

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Four people were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit drug supply and money laundering, and a further three people were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit drug supply.

Six men and one woman currently remain in police custody.

Slough Observer:

During the searches, officers found large sums of cash, two high-performance vehicles, class A and class B drugs, high value clothing, jewellery and 'numerous' weapons.  

Investigating officer Detective Inspector Emily Evans, of CID based at Slough police station, said: “Tackling organised crime and removing drugs from the streets of our local communities is a priority for Thames Valley Police.

“The activity carried out today is part of our commitment to that priority.

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“There will be an increased police presence in these areas whilst we carry out our investigation and I would like to thank the local communities for their patience whilst we do this.

“Please speak to our officers if you have any questions or concerns.”