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Money, phones and cannabis seized in Gravesend

PUBLISHED: 09:35 31 July 2018 | UPDATED: 09:36 31 July 2018

Suspected cannabis, cash and mobile phones have been seized from two teenagers believed to be drug dealing. Picture: Kent Police

Suspected cannabis, cash and mobile phones have been seized from two teenagers believed to be drug dealing. Picture: Kent Police

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Suspected cannabis, cash and mobile phones have been seized from two teenagers believed to be drug dealing in Gravesend.

The items were seized on the evening of Thursday July 26 after officers on a routine patrol became suspicious of two boys walking in Old Road West.

They were then stopped and searched in Havelock Road before being taken into custody for a further search.

These searches uncovered a quantity of cash and mobile phones which were believed to be being used to supply drugs.

Officers also attended a property in Gravesend where they seized further items which are believed to have been used to help supply drugs.

The teenagers, who are aged 16 and 17 and from Gravesend, were both arrested on suspicion of possessing cannabis with intent to supply.

They have since been released pending further enquiries.

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