'WATCH out, we're coming for you'.

That's the message to drug dealers in the Cardigan area from the town's Neighbourhood Policing Team.

Several drug raids have been carried out in the area in the past few weeks - with the promise of more to come.

The latest raid at a property at Parcllyn saw police and a dog sniffer team find alleged drugs worth £1,400 and £1,000 in cash. Inquiries are continuing.

There has also been raids at Aberporth and Llechryd as police act on intelligence and information from members of the public.

Sgt Delme Jones, who heads up the Cardigan NPT, said: "We are really keen to crack down on the drugs issue in Cardigan and the surrounding area.

"We want to get the message out there to the dealers and also to reassure the local community that we are taking action

“If you are taking or dealing drugs in our community, expect a visit from us."

Following the execution of the drugs warrant at Parcllyn, leaflets were distributed to neighbouring houses informing them of what had been going on.

"The repose we have had from the local community has been really positive," added Sgt Jones.

"If anyone has any information I would urge them to talk to their local PCSO or call Crimestoppers. We will take action."