Police raided a flat and discovered more than 500 wraps of suspicious powder in the toilet.
West Midlands Police executed a warrant at the flat in Camden Street, in the Upper Stoke area of Coventry, at 7.30am this morning (Jan 14).
Officers arrested a man and woman before discovering a stash of what’s believed to be crack cocaine and heroin in the toilet bowl.
Police say they believe the drugs were stashed there as officers moved in.
A man aged 23 and a 19-year-old woman were arrested on suspicion of possessing Class A drugs with intent to supply. They remain in police custody.
Detective Sergeant Tony Ashton said: “We’ll be sending the powder away for a forensic examination but it’s strongly suspected to be Class A drugs.
“If so, this is a significant quantity we’ve recovered plus we also seized around £2,000 in cash from the address.
“The man has claimed to be a student at a University in Nottingham. I think he’s got some explaining to do.”
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