Five people charged after £5 million worth of drugs found

Five people have been charged in connection with the seizure of around £5 million worth of drugs found in the Thames Valley.

Drugs worth £5 million found in Thames Valley

Five people have been charged in connection with the seizure of around £5 million worth of drugs found in the Thames Valley.

All five men were arrested within the Thames Valley and Kent and charged with conspiracy to import heroin and cocaine and conspiracy to supply heroin and cocaine.

The men are:

  • Martin Gray, aged 31
  • David Bowen, aged 42
  • Shorne Ross, aged 42
  • Yemi Aiyegbusi, aged 35
  • Razaki Hakan, aged 41

The charges are in connection with the seizure of a large amount of drugs, as well as £50,000 in cash, a hydraulic press and other drug paraphernalia.

The items were seized on Monday from a vehicle on the M40 and at properties in Woodstock and Oxford.