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Drugs Seized During Raid

West Midlands Police seized cocaine valued at almost £70,000 after teaming up with Warwickshire Police on a series of County Lines drug raids yesterday.

Warrants were executed at six homes in Coventry suspected of supplying Class A drugs into Leamington Spa, Rugby and north Oxfordshire.

Around 1.7kg of cocaine along, two phones believed to be used as drugs hotlines, £7,000 in cash and a roll of fake £50 notes were seized from one address in Keppell Street.

A 28-year-old woman was later charged with possessing drugs with intent to supply and appeared in court today.

Around 30 bags of cannabis and two more suspected County Lines dealer phones were found at another address in The Moorfield. A teenage boy was detained at the property but later released without charge; he will be brought in for questioning at a later date.

Keys from three cars understood to have been taken during burglaries were also recovered during The Moorfield warrant.