Police swooped on a property in Cirencester as they continued the crackdown on drugs in the Cotswolds.

On Monday, March 11, officers carried out a drug warrant for Class A and Class B drugs at a property in the town, but no drugs were found.

A police spokesperson said: "On Monday morning, a drugs warrant was executed involving the Cirencester neighbourhood team and other officers around the Cotswolds.”

“A community led policing priority for Cirencester is based on the police and crime commissioner’s priority of ‘Safer days and nights for all’ and will be focusing on the misuse of drugs.

“Anyone with concerns about drug taking in the area, or any other illegal activity, is advised to contact their local neighbourhood team.

"If a crime is in progress always call police on 999."

Police say they are now working to make it harder for those to supply and sell drugs in Cirencester.

In recent weeks, police have made a number of arrests as part of drug warrants and searches - Police crackdown on drugs