Police have said they are ‘happy’ to carry on smashing down front doors in the fight against drugs.
Officers trashed a front door to force their way into a flat during a raid before seizing a large amount of suspected class A drugs and cash.
Officers, accompanied by a specialist drugs dog, arrested a woman after executing a warrant under the Misuse of Drugs Act at a property in Fount Court off Haddonian Road in Market Harborough, last Thursday.
The 30-year-old was questioned on suspicion of possession of drugs with intent to supply and has been released under investigation.
Another raid was carried out at a property in St Mary’s Road, near the town centre, which resulted in the seizure of a small amount of suspected class A drugs.
A woman, aged 40, was given a community resolution order.
Police said the action was part of ongoing work to tackle the local illegal drug supply and so-called ‘county lines’ dealing.
Harborough Police took to Twitter to record the raids.
An officer tweeted: Yesterday with @LPLutterworth and @LeicsPoliceARV we executed 2 drugs warrants in Harborough town.
“Some great results thanks to PD Jazz. Arrest made. Enquires ongoing.
“Keep the info coming and we are happy to turn up and ‘knock’ the door.”