A drug dealer who came home while the police were in the middle of raiding his house has admitted to multiple offences.

On April 23, police searched the home of Zaqr Hamid, aged 27, of Ayrshire Close in Aylesbury.

When they were inside, police discovered a suitcase containing 986 grams of cannabis, as well as 27.9 grams of cocaine and 10.4 grams of diamorphine.

Officers also recovered scales and deal bags.

Midway through the raid, Hamid arrived on the scene and admitted to officers that the drugs were his, prosecutor Charlotte Abbott told the court.

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At a hearing at Wycombe Magistrates' Court on Friday, Hamid pleaded guilty to two charges of possession with intent to supply a Class A drug and one charge of possession with intent to supply a Class B drug.

After he entered his guilty plea, Hamid's lawyer told the magistrates that his client was only holding the cocaine and diamorphine and that they did not belong to him.

He said: "He accepts supplying cannabis but he does not accept supplying Class A drugs, he was just holding onto it for someone else."

Hamid is due to be sentenced at Aylesbury Crown Court on a date yet to be fixed.