Two men have been arrested for allegedly being involved in drug crimes.

At around 11am on Thursday, March 18, Thames Valley Police officers forced entry into a ‘cuckood’ address within Aylesbury, that was believed to be involved in the county line supply of drugs.

Once inside, officers located a quantity of class A and class B drugs as well as a substantial quantity of cash.

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A day later [Friday, March 19], a 19-year-old male from Greenford, London and a 24-year-old male from High Wycombe were arrested, but they have since been released on conditional bail whilst the investigation continues.

The arrests are linked to the Aylesbury Stronghold – an ongoing operation to tackle serious organised crime and exploitation within the town and its surrounding areas.

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According to Thames Valley Police: “Dealers often entice a vulnerable person into allowing their home to be used for drug dealing by giving them free drugs or offering to pay for food or utilities.

“These organised crime groups are very selective about who they target as ‘cuckoo’ victims.

“Often people they target are lonely, isolated, or frequent drug users themselves.”