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Two men have been arrested following warrants that took place yesterday.
On Tuesday August 8th, officers conducted warrants at two properties in Bangor which resulted in a quantity of class A drugs and two imitation firearms being seized.
Two 20-year-old local men were arrested on suspicion of Possession of Class A Drugs and Imitation Firearm.
They remain in police custody whilst enquiries continue.
District Inspector Ian Roberts said: “We continue to pursue those who seek to cause harm to our communities.
“We are grateful of the concerns raised to us by residents which we were able to act upon swiftly.”
If you have any information about drug supply in your area, contact the police via our website or by calling 101, or alternatively contact Crimestoppers completely anonymously.
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