DRUGS, cash and mobile phones have been seized in police raids today.

Humberside Police said "a significant quantity of Class A drugs including 80 wraps of crack cocaine and heroine, two ounces of cocaine, and a thousand pounds in cash", were found at two properties in Bridlington on Tuesday.

Two warrants were executed under the Misuse of Drugs Act and three people were arrested in the raids, and police said mobile phones and drug equipment were also seized.

Investigation Team Leader Ian Dobson said: "This is a great result which is all thanks to the hard work of our officers, and has seen a large amount of drugs been taken off our streets today.

"We will continue to work towards tackling the blight of drugs on our communities and the criminality that surrounds them. As we all know, drugs wreck families and lives and we are committed to removing them from the places where we live. Organised drugs groups like this who prey on vulnerable people and try and establish themselves in towns in our force area need to know that we will seek to find them and bring them to justice."

Anyone with information on drugs groups or which might help police should phone 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.