POLICE have released further details after a large quantity of drugs was allegedly seized from a flat in Newcastle Emlyn during the Dyfed-Powys force’s day of action yesterday (Tuesday, October 11).

Five police officers executed a warrant under the misuse of drugs act at a property in the town at around 10am.

Once inside, they discovered what is believed to be a wrap of heroin, 12 cannabis plants in a hydroponic tent, 28g of cannabis, approximately 50 unidentified tablets and a box of magic mushrooms, all of which were seized for examination.

Further inquiries are continuing.

The raid formed part of Dyfed-Powys Police’s Day of Action, which has seen officers, PCSOs, special constables and multi-agency partners focusing on tackling crimes that impact vulnerable people within communities.

Superintendent Robyn Mason said: “This was a very successful warrant, with a quantity of drugs seized, some of which are Class A.

“We take a zero tolerance approach to drug use, and our total focus day of action aims to crack down on users and dealers across our force area, as well as highlighting the work of officers in keeping our communities safe from harm.

“We encourage anyone with information about the use or distribution of drugs to contact us on 101. If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired text the non-emergency number on 07811 311 908.”