Posted: Wed 21st Sep 2022

Drugs, cash and weapons seized in County Lines police operation in Rhyl

North Wales news and information

A haul of drugs, cash and weapons have been seized in a police operation to disrupt County Lines gangs in Rhyl.

North Wales Police took part in the exercise alongside colleagues from Merseyside Police last Friday.

During the operation, several arrests were made for offences relating to the supply of Class A controlled drugs.

Inspector Jason Davies said: “The county lines model of drug supply is especially insidious as it preys on those in our communities who are most vulnerable, including children.

“North Wales Police are committed to relentlessly pursuing those who profit from the exploitation of others.

“As this operation shows, we will work with our local and regional partners to bring these organised crime groups to justice.”

Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email


Police release images after teenager sexually assaulted at Rhyl railway station


Holiday cabins and sauna plans for Anglesey village with links to Tudor dynasty


Controversial Conwy housing plans set to go back before councillors


Frustration voiced as North Wales residents set to pay highest electricity prices in UK


Colwyn Bay headmaster defends private school’s sale of buildings amid neighbours’ complaints


Mark Drakeford rejects call for Betsi Cadwaladr health board to be restructured