Two people arrested in Cliftonville on suspicion of weapon and drug offences

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Two people have been arrested after weapons, cash and drugs were seized in a property in Cliftonville.

Knuckle dusters, knives and swords were among the haul found by officers during the raid in Norfolk Road yesterday (June 3).

A Kent Police spokesperson said: “Kent Police attended a property in Norfolk Road  following information that prohibited weapons believed to be imported from America were due to be delivered.

“When officers searched the property they seized a number of weapons including knuckle dusters, knives and swords.  They also found a quantity of cannabis and cash.

“A 35-year-old man and 35-year-old woman, both from Cliftonville were arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of drugs and the importation of prohibited weapons.”

Both have been released under investigation.


  1. Another criminal pair arrested, good work. Lets hope they both get equal sentences in time and not just let loose to carry on with it. The police must realise drug dealing along with weapons make them a danger to others.

  2. Great news at least dangerous weapons have been removed from the streets and safer for everyone now. You also say they were arrested on suspicion of supplying class A drugs but no mention of any class A only class B cannabis! Either way it’s a good result and hopefully they will get there rewards with a good sentence in one of her Majesty’s hostelry for criminals.

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