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Police have arrested eight more people in another round of drug raids in west Kent today.
The early-morning searches come a day after 200 officers carried out warrants and arrested 14 people in Tunbridge Wells, Gravesend, Sutton and Enfield in London.
A total of 29 addresses have now been searched and 24 people arrested.
Cash, jewellery, an imitation firearm and several cars have also been seized by officers - along with what detectives believe to be class A drugs.
Deputy Chief Constable Paul Brandon said: "These pre-planned warrants come as a result of a long-standing and complex investigation by the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate into the supply of class A drugs in the county."
The raids took place in:
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