Two people in their 30s have been charged with drug crimes in Aylesbury.

A 30-year-old man from Luton and a 38-year-old man from Aylesbury, were both arrested just after 1pm on Wednesday, February 10.

This is part of the Aylesbury Stronghold - a regional operation to reduce crime in the area.

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In a Facebook post that was published by Thames Valley Police Aylesbury Vale on February 10, they said: “Following the arrest of one of these individuals found to be in possession of class A, officers have then gained entry into a related address making two further arrests linked to the county line supply of drugs.

🚨| Charged #AylesburyStronghold have just charged 2 individuals, a 30 year old male from Luton and a 38 year old male...

Posted by TVP Aylesbury Vale on Wednesday, 10 February 2021

“From that address officers have recovered a substantial quantity of crack cocaine and heroin.”

The 30-year-old male has been charged with the following:

• Possess with the intent to supply heroin

• Possess with the intent to supply crack cocaine

Whilst the 38-year-old male has been charged with:

• Concerned in the supply of heroin

• Concerned in the supply of crack cocaine

The man who were charged remain in police custody and appeared in court today [February 11].

A third individual, another 38-year-old male from Aylesbury, has been released from custody with no further action.

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TVP Aylesbury Vale continued: “We are committed to doing the utmost we can to make Aylesbury Vale hostile for those that seek to sell drugs on our streets.

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