Police seize over £250,000 worth of drugs in Swansea and Neath raids
Detectives have seized drugs worth more than £250,000 in a series of raids at properties in Llansamlet, Neath and Portmead.
Four men have been charged after South Wales Police said they recovered large quantities of cocaine, amphetamine, ecstasy and meow meow in what they describe as one the largest hauls of both class A and B drugs that has been recovered in the force area.
Officers also intercepted an Audi TT vehicle on the M4 believed to be conveying controlled drugs into the city.
The four men are set to appear at Swansea Magistrates Court today following the police raids on Friday.
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A 45-year-old man from Glan Y Wern Road, Trallwn has been charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine, amphetamine and ecstasy; a 54-year old from Frederick Place Llansamlet has been charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine, amphetamine and ecstasy, and possession of a section five firearm; a 40-year-old man from Cenydd Road Portmead has been charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine, amphetamine and ecstasy, and a 30-year-old man from Dyffryn Court, Port Talbot has been charged with possession with intent to supply methedrone.
Mr Lenihan said: “Although this is a significant breakthrough for us, we will still continue to seek out and bring to justice those who continue to take and deal in controlled drugs”
Anyone with information on drug or crime or drug related issues should contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.