Issued: February 27, 2019
CSP police officers seize cash and drugs from "suspicious" vehicle
Police officers with the Epping Forest Community Safety Partnership Team have recovered cash and drugs after noticing a "suspicious" vehicle in Loughton.

The officers were undertaking so-called 'disruption patrols' targeting burglaries and robberies in Loughton yesterday afternoon when they became aware of a suspicious vehicle near Felstead Road.

After following the vehicle for a short time, the officers indicated for the vehicle to stop ​but it accelerated away "at speed" before the driver ran off.

Officers found drugs and cash in the vehicle.

PC Fin Foley said: "This is part of an ongoing tasking for the team which are funded and based at Epping Forest ​District ​Council and ​are part of the Epping Community Safety Partnership.

"This incident is just a small part of our ongoing fight to disrupt county lines coming into our district."
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