‘Stolen cars’ and Class A drugs found in industrial lockup

Police sliced open the front of an industrial unit to recover Class A drugs and six suspected stolen vehicles in The Wicker near Sheffield city centre.

A team of officers from Sheffield Proactive CID executed a warrant on Monday, March 15, after receiving intelligence about organised criminal activity at the premises.

As well as a significant quantity of Class A, and other controlled drugs, the team seized cash which was hidden inside the premises, during the morning raid.

Detective Constable Mike Jenkins said: “We are carrying out these types of raids on addresses across the city every week, based on intelligence and information coming from our communities. I hope that people see this and realise that working with us does make a difference.

“Whilst no-one was at the premises at the time, we are now carrying out significant enquiries to identify a number of people we want to speak to.

“Organised crime has an impact on all of us, we are committed to disrupting the activity of criminals in this city.”

If you have any information about organised crime in your area, you can call 101 or make a report online at https://www.southyorks.police.uk/contact-us/report-something/

Written by Erin Mansell

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