Two people have been arrested at a school in Chesham in a police crackdown on drug dealing, the force have confirmed. 

The pair have been arrested for being concerned in the supply of drugs, following a planned drugs dog operation at the school.

When asked which school the arrests occurred in, Thames Valley Police Chiltern and South Bucks said: "In the interests of confidentiality and maintaining working relationships, we will not be identifying the school in Chesham. 

"The two arrested were pupils at the school."

The arrests have come as a part of Thames Valley Police’s Stronghold operation.

Stronghold is an operation which has been launched by the force to counter organised crime across the region.