19/09/2006

Man arrested after drugs find

Police seized a large quantity of Class A drugs, following a planned search at a premises in south Belfast yesterday.

An amount of suspected Ecstasy and cocaine, with an estimated street value of £120,000, was recovered during the raid.

A 47-year-old man has been arrested and charged with possession of Class A drugs, with intent to supply.

(EF/KMcA)

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