Cash, cannabis and 6,000 laughing gas canisters found in Brierley Hill
Around 6,000 nitrous oxide canisters were found along with cash and cannabis by police in the Black Country.
The laughing gas was found alongside a "large amount of cash" after police arrested two suspected drug dealers in Netherton on Friday.
Some of the canisters were found in a car the men had been travelling in along with several phones, cash and cannabis, with the rest discovered when officers searched addresses linked to the suspects.
Pc Jamie Follows said: "Officers from C unit response based at Brierley Hill have arrested two suspected drugs dealers.
"Whilst on patrol in Netherton we saw a suspicious car, the driver attempted to avoid us and we stopped the car on Halesowen Road.
"We conducted a search under the misuse of drugs act and located a substantial amount of cash, cannabis, several mobile phones and a substantial amount of nitrous oxide canisters.
"We arrested both occupants on suspicion of possessing controlled drugs with intent to supply and possession of a psychoactive substance with intent to supply.
"We conducted searches at addresses and located a large amount of cash and even more canisters, in total approximately 6,000."
Both men remained in custody on Friday evening.
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