Door staff hand haul of cocaine into police

Drugs handed in to police by owners of pubs and clubs
Drugs handed in to police by owners of pubs and clubs

THIS haul of drugs was seized by door staff at pubs and clubs across Halifax.

The bags of cocaine were all handed into officers from Halifax Central neighbourhood policing team

The police say anti-drug use posters have been handed out to pubs, bars and clubs across the district.

They warn drug users who are arrested could find themselves being barred from all the licensed premises in Calderdale as well as being prosecuted.

Inspector Simon Spencer, who leads the Halifax Central neighbourhood policing team, thanked workers at pubs and clubs for their help.

He said: “These dugs have been seized thanks to the diligence and vigilance of door staff who are determined to help us tackle drug use in Calderdale.

Anyone with information about drugs in their area should call police via 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.