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Suspected drug ring discovered during Tonbridge Beales department store coffee machine theft investigation

By William Janes

Police officers investigating the theft of a coffee machine from a department store have uncovered a suspected drugs supply network.

Following the arrest on Monday, March 5 of a 29-year-old alleged to have been stealing from Beales department store in Tonbridge, police searched an address in Hectorage Road believing he may have been linked to a number of other thefts in the town.

Officers entered the property later the same day to find two men inside along with evidence of the address being used as a base to supply heroin and crack cocaine.

The theft was reported to police on Monday, March 6. Stock picture
The theft was reported to police on Monday, March 6. Stock picture

A 20-year-old man from West Norwood, London and a 57-year-old man from Tonbridge were both arrested on suspicion of supplying class A drugs.

All three have since been released pending further investigation.

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