Posted: Wed 14th Apr 2021

Police discover suspected Class A drugs in woman’s Colwyn Bay hotel room after ignoring ‘do not disturb’ sign

North Wales news and information

Police discovered a suspected haul of Class A drugs after ignoring a “do not disturb” sign to raid a woman’s hotel room.

Officers from North Wales Police’s Intercept Team, who specialise in tackling drug dealers, attended a hotel in Colwyn Bay earlier today.

The woman was arrested for failing to appear in court before police found a large quantity of suspected class A drugs.

It led to the woman being further arrested, along with two men, on suspicion of being concerned in supplying drugs.

The Intercept Team said: “Not much of a lie in for them today.

“They are currently in another kind of accommodation with us now with little chance of a lie in again.

“Enquiries are ongoing.”



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