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Surrey Police arrest three men during day of action in Woking

12 Apr, 2017 09:16 News

Surrey Police has arrested three men as part of Operation Vault, a multi-agency crackdown on drug supply and money laundering in Woking.

More than 100 officers and partners executed fast-time warrants on four residential properties and one business address on Monday afternoon (10 April).

The men, aged 28, 31 and 35 were arrested on suspicion of supplying a class A drug and money laundering. They have been released from police custody but remain under investigation.

Temporary Inspector Andy Crane of Woking Safer Neighbourhood Team said: “This activity is a result of careful work to draw out those dealing drugs in West Surrey.

“I hope our actions have reassured local residents that we are working to make Woking safer.   

“We worked alongside Woking Borough Council, the Home Office and HMRC to gather evidence and local residents can be assured that officers are continuing patrols across the borough.

“By targeting those involved in drug crime we hope to have a direct impact on the issue of drugs in the local community.”


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