Drugs, cash and phones have been discovered as six people were arrested in connection with a county lines operation.

North Wales Police said six men were arrested over the last seven days in connection with a police operation in the Rhyl area.

They said drugs, money and several mobile phones have been seized.

Images released by the force showed a wad of notes, as well as bags of drugs and a number of mobile phones.

Drugs, cash and phones found as police arrest six following police operation in Rhyl
Drugs, cash and phones found as police arrest six following police operation in Rhyl

A spokesman said: “Six males have been arrested over the past week as the Central Priority Crime Team, working closely with Merseyside Police, have stepped up attempts to disrupt county lines.

“A number of drugs, over £1000 in cash, and numerous phones have been seized.”

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