Prescription drugs found in ‘suspicious looking’ vehicle

Posted on - 16th February, 2019 - 8:20pm | Author - | Posted in - Fishwick, Preston News
Police found prescription drugs when they stopped a car in Fishwick

Police uncovered a haul of prescription drugs when they stopped a suspicious


Honda Civic in Salisbury Street, Fishwick, on Friday night.

Two men were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply after a search of the car revealed more than 1,000 drugs including steroids, viagra, valium and pregabalin.

The driver had multiple mobile phones and a large quantity of cash on him.

The driver and passenger’s homes were then searched and a further 2,000 tablets and capsules were found along with two more mobile phones.

Read more: Warning over drugs stolen from Ashton pharmacy

A police spokesman warned people over the safety of prescription drugs, saying: “Prescription drugs should be sold by licensed pharmacists ONLY and not out the back of a Honda Civic!”

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