A 31-year-old drug dealer has been jailed after police discovered a large quantity of crack cocaine and heroin.

Following an investigation and search operation on January 18, police found 23 wraps of crack cocaine and a phone/sim cards were located in his car.

Omar Burke, 31, of Harmans Walk, High Wycombe pleaded guilty to three counts of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs, namely heroin, cocaine and crack cocaine in a previous hearing.

He appeared in Aylesbury Crown Court on Friday, June 14 where he was sentenced to four years imprisonment and ordered to pay a £228 surcharge and a forfeiture and destruction order was also made in respect of drugs.

Investigating officer, PC Levi Fensom, of Buckinghamshire Proactive Team, said: “I am glad that Burke has been given a substantial custodial sentence after pleading guilty to these drugs offences.

“We are committed to tackling drug crime and bringing those who seek to deal drugs to justice.

“If you have any information about the supply of drugs in your neighbourhood, please report it to us via 101 or the Thames Valley Police website.

“Your information is important in helping us to build a picture of what is happening and take action.”