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4 November 2011, 12:48
Two men have appeared in court after police found millions of pounds of drugs in Brandon in Suffolk.
Two men have appeared in court charged in connection with suffolk's largest drugs find.
Its after Police raided a business in Brandon on Wednesday and was part of an operation into the importation and supply of Class A drugs.
Terrance Smith, a 56-year-old company director of Ethelreda Drive, Thetford and Frederick Colverson a 56-year-old unemployed man of Donoghue Cottages, London, are both been charged with conspiring to supply a Class A controlled drug.
Its thought the drugs seized so far have a street value of £10 million, the biggest ever haul of Class A drugs in Suffolk.
Both men have been remanded into custody until they appear back in court in Bury St Edmunds on November 15th.