Knuckleduster seized by police in drug supply crackdown
- Credit: Cambs Police
A knuckleduster was seized from a house in Eaton Socon and a man at risk of drug abuse spoken to by police.
The item was taken from a house in Peer Road when officers executed a warrant there this morning (February 9).
It comes as the St Neots Neighbourhood Policing Team were targeting drug supply in the area.
Officers also spoke with a vulnerable man at risk of cuckooing – a form of crime were drug dealers take over a home of someone and use it as a base for drug trafficking.
A post on the Policing Huntingdonshire Facebook page, read: “Weapons such as the knuckleduster are frequently associated with drug supply.
“Officers utilised the opportunity to engage with a vulnerable male at risk of cuckooing and liaised with partner agencies around long-term support.”
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