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Raids: 'importance of community-based intelligence'

I hope that these warrants and subsequent arrests act as a stark warning to those in our communities who break the law by supplying or possessing drugs or firearms and those believed to be involved in money laundering.

I would also urge anyone who thinks they have information of value to the police to contact us immediately – as these warrants have shown, we will act on the information you provide."

– Temporary Chief Superintendent Paul Mills, Local Policing Commander

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Wiltshire Police round up suspected criminals

Wednesday morning was the first day of action for Wiltshire Police's Operation Harness.

The aim of the operation is to reduce crime and disorder in the county's neighbourhoods through targeted days of action.

Officers will focus on vehicle crime, stolen goods, anti-social behaviour and drugs, and go after those who commit these offences.