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Police carry out early morning raids on properties in Biggin Hill and Keston near Bromley

Police raided two properties in villages earlier this morning as part of an ongoing investigation into drugs supply.

Officers raided a home in Biggin Hill and another property in the nearby village of Keston.

Officers outside one property in Biggin Hill. Picture: UKnip
Officers outside one property in Biggin Hill. Picture: UKnip

A large number of armed police, including plain clothed officers and dogs along with several police vehicles were seen parked at one address.

Windows at the home were smashed and it is understood electric gates at the property were rammed by police vehicles to gain access to the site.

Neighbours said they were shocked about the raid at the property in Biggin Hill and were woken by screams and the sounds of shattering glass.

Officers were also seen seizing a shotgun and shells which were put into a police vehicle.

A woman wearing a pink dressing gown was led away from by police but no arrests were made.

It is not known at this stage if any drugs or other criminal property were seized by police.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: "Officers executed two search warrants in relation to an ongoing investigation into drugs supply.

"The warrants were executed at venues in Biggin Hill and Keston.

"No arrests have been made and inquiries continue."

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