Two containers of cannabis seized from business premises

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Police seize large quantity of cannabis Police seize large quantity of cannabis

A tracker on a stolen vehicle has led police to discover a large amount of cannabis.

Police traced a stolen Mercedes to a business premises in Ilford Lane on January 23.

Upon arriving at 5:30pm, police arrested a 59 year-old man from Newham for handling stolen goods.

The police then searched the prermises in a bid to find the keys of the stolen car and instead found two large containers in an office.

Inside the containers was a large quantity of individual bags of cannabis in black bin liners, police say.

The suspect denied any knowledge of the drugs but was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply class B cannabis.

Police say they also uncovered a substantial amount of car parts, a quad bike and a motorbike reported stolen from Henley Road in Ilford.

The investigation is ongoing and the man has been bailed until April 15 pending further enquiries.

  

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8:40am Tue 28 Jan 14

MorrisHickey says...

I see from the headline that the reporter does not know how and when to use an apostrophe, So much for recent education,
I see from the headline that the reporter does not know how and when to use an apostrophe, So much for recent education, MorrisHickey
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11:19am Tue 28 Jan 14

MorrisHickey says...

MorrisHickey wrote:
I see from the headline that the reporter does not know how and when to use an apostrophe, So much for recent education,
Now changed - without any acknowledgement of the howler.
[quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: I see from the headline that the reporter does not know how and when to use an apostrophe, So much for recent education,[/p][/quote]Now changed - without any acknowledgement of the howler. MorrisHickey
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12:27pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Thunderbird4 says...

Why was there a tracker on the vehicle that was stolen?
Why was there a tracker on the vehicle that was stolen? Thunderbird4
  • Score: -3

5:36pm Tue 28 Jan 14

TTMAN says...

Thunderbirds are obviously not go!
Thunderbirds are obviously not go! TTMAN
  • Score: 2

5:55pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Thunderbird4 says...

TTMAN: Should I assume the police spotted a stolen car, and put a tracker on it, waiting to see if it moved, then tracked it to the miscreant?

I don't profess to be the quickest snail in the rat race or the first with my foot on the gas out of Tracey Island, so perhaps I'd better ask Brains - I might have missed something.
TTMAN: Should I assume the police spotted a stolen car, and put a tracker on it, waiting to see if it moved, then tracked it to the miscreant? I don't profess to be the quickest snail in the rat race or the first with my foot on the gas out of Tracey Island, so perhaps I'd better ask Brains - I might have missed something. Thunderbird4
  • Score: 0

6:37pm Tue 28 Jan 14

ChazFinch says...

MorrisHickey wrote:
I see from the headline that the reporter does not know how and when to use an apostrophe, So much for recent education,
No full stops when you were at school then?
[quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: I see from the headline that the reporter does not know how and when to use an apostrophe, So much for recent education,[/p][/quote]No full stops when you were at school then? ChazFinch
  • Score: 2

7:53pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Alan_1976 says...

Thunderbird4 wrote:
TTMAN: Should I assume the police spotted a stolen car, and put a tracker on it, waiting to see if it moved, then tracked it to the miscreant?

I don't profess to be the quickest snail in the rat race or the first with my foot on the gas out of Tracey Island, so perhaps I'd better ask Brains - I might have missed something.
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[quote][p][bold]Thunderbird4[/bold] wrote: TTMAN: Should I assume the police spotted a stolen car, and put a tracker on it, waiting to see if it moved, then tracked it to the miscreant? I don't profess to be the quickest snail in the rat race or the first with my foot on the gas out of Tracey Island, so perhaps I'd better ask Brains - I might have missed something.[/p][/quote]You can have one fitted to your Mercedes as an optional extra http://www2.mercedes -benz.co.uk/content/ unitedkingdom/mpc/mp c_unitedkingdom_webs ite/en/home_mpc/pass engercars/home/owner ship/accessories/acc essories/tracker/tra cking_car_alarm_trac ker_monitor.html Alan_1976
  • Score: 2

4:34pm Sun 2 Feb 14

Dr Martin says...

Congratulations to the police
Congratulations to the police Dr Martin
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