Homes targeted as part of crackdown on organised drug crime
POLICE are continuing to crackdown on organised groups engaging in drug crime in East Lindsey.
Operation Grittar, an initiative set up by Lincolnshire Police, saw a number of homes in the area targeted by the police in November and December.
To date, several people have been arrested on suspicion of being involved with the supply of Class A drugs. Heroin, cannabis and mobile phones have been seized, as well as significant amounts of cash, which police have the power to confiscate under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
DCI Steve Taylor from Lincolnshire Police, said: "The towns along Lincolnshire's coastline are family resorts where people come to enjoy themselves in safety. This operation focuses on a minority of individuals who seek to blight our communities by trading in Class A drugs while also instigating unacceptable levels of violence. We will not tolerate those who commit such offences.
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A number of men and women remain on police bail while the investigation continues.
Police are warning criminals that further warrants will be executed throughout the forthcoming weeks and they fully expect more arrests to be made. Communities are being asked to help police disrupt the activities of criminal gangs by reporting suspicious behaviour.
Information can be passed on in complete anonymity by contacting the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or call 101.