A MAN has been arrested in Bangor on suspicion of possesing class A and B drugs with the intent to supply.
Officers arrested the man, who is in his 20s and of the area, earlier today (Thursday, June 14) after searching a property and finding herbal cannibis and amphetamine, with "associated paraphernalia."
Sergeant Tony Davies of Bangor Police Station, who lead the investigation, said officers would continue to address residents' concerns and "actively target" people involved in the supply and use of controlled drugs and associated crimes.
He added: "The number of search warrants that have been conducted in recent weeks are in reaction to concerns raised locally and NWP will always seek to disrupt those involved in such criminality”.
The man was questioned and later released on police bail.
Sergeant Davies urged anyone with information or concerns about illegal drug use to contact North Wales Police on 101.
Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.