A large amount of drugs and money were seized by police in Bracknell on Sunday.

Carrying out warrants in Oakengates and Appledore, police arrested a 26-year-old man and a 36-year-old man on suspicion of supplying the substances.

They have been released under investigation.

The news comes as Thames Valley Police executed 16 warrants across three counties between October 11 and 17 to tackle county lines drug dealing.

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They arrested 61 people, seized 22 weapons and over 430g of crack, heroin and cocaine thought to be worth an estimated £30,000.

Police also seized £120,000 in drug dealing cash and stopped 51 vehicles thought to be linked to county drug lines.

Chief Superintendent Jim Weems, of Thames Valley Police, said: “Tackling county lines drug dealing and preventing exploitation from taking place in our communities is vitally important.

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“The results from the past week of action are really positive with arrests being made, the seizure of drugs, cash and weapons as well as the safeguarding of a large number of people.

“Despite this intensification work, Thames Valley Police focuses on combatting county lines every day and this will continue beyond the dedicated week of action.”