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Four properties in the North of Plymouth were raided by police on Wednesday 10th March in the search for drugs.
The police searched three addresses in Honicknowle and one in Crownhill, after officers received intelligence on the properties.
One man at the Crownhill residence was given a warning after a small amount of Cannabis was found.
But for police the main point of the day was to keep the pressure on suspected dealers with the city's 'no tolerance' policy on drug dealing and use of drugs.
It's also to show the public that they do act on intelligence and to cut down the fear of crime for residents.
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After the raids PCSO's knocked on neighbours door and left leaflets to reassure people about what had happened and not to be frightened.