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Tunbridge Wells: Cocaine found in car as police launch drug supply network investigation

by Rebecca Sheeres

Police have launched an investigation into a drug supply network after finding suspected cocaine in a car.

Officers on patrol approached a parked car in Upper Grosvenor Road, Tunbridge Wells, at 3.30pm on Monday, June 4, where they saw a suspected bag of cocaine underneath a car seat.

After searching the vehicle, they discovered two more bags underneath the gear stick.

Police are investigating. Stock pic (2036173)
Police are investigating. Stock pic (2036173)

The driver, an unnamed 30 year-old local man, has been arrested on suspicion of possessing drugs, driving without insurance and disqualified driving.

Following their findings, police have since searched a Tunbridge Wells address where they discovered more Class A drugs and seized a mobile phone.

The man has been released while the investigation continues.

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