PSNI charge hundreds in past eight weeks of drug seizures

PSNI charge hundreds in past eight weeks of drug seizures

Police in the North have seized more than £3.3m worth of drugs in eight weeks.

Operation Torus involved more than 600 searches, which resulted in 586 drugs seizures.

Up to 373 arrests were made, of which 279 were either charged or reported to the Public Prosecution Service.

The PSNI say they will continue to arrest drug dealers involved in the sale and supply of drugs, disrupt the crime groups involved and bring individuals before the courts.

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