Police have clamped down on the supply of Class A and B drugs in Gerrards Cross as part of a wider investigation.

Around 100 police officers from Surrey Police and Sussex Police executed search warrants including in Camberley, Chilworth, Fleet, Ash, Farnborough, Aldershot, Farnham, Gerrards Cross, Thatcham, and Church Crookham.

During the operation, officers also seized large quantities of drugs, cash and offensive weapons.

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The investigation began earlier this year in June and has seen saw four men arrested and charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.

Ryan Bambridge, 37, of Jessop Road in Stevenage; Sean Nelson, 29, of Nightjar Close in Rushmoor, Farnborough; Beau West, 31, of Balmoral Road in Ash Vale; and Daniel Nelson, 32, of Fernhill Road in Cove, have all been charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.

Police execute search warrants

Police execute search warrants

Senior Investigating Officer, Temporary Detective Inspector Lee Hazell, said: “Today’s operation makes our message clear: we will not tolerate drug dealing in Surrey.

"We will arrest those that decide to deal drugs in our communities.

“Our focus has always been on keeping Surrey safe, and our work today highlights that.

“If anyone has any information about suspected drug dealing in their area, please contact us.”

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