Drugs thrown from vehicle during police chase

Drugs thrown from vehicle during police chase

Drugs thrown from vehicle during police chase

Officers for Humberside Police are investigating after a ‘large amount of cannabis’ was thrown from a fleeing vehicle during a police chase on Sunday afternoon.

The vehicle was heading towards Louth from Grimsby at the time, and was later found abandoned to the South of the town.

A spokesperson for Humberside Police tweeted:

“Vehicle sighted earlier in Grimsby which fails to stop, pursued into [Lincolnshire Police] area, where large amount of cannabis was thrown from the vehicle.

“Vehicle drove dangerously and found abandoned south of Louth.

“Drugs to be send off for fingerprint analysis.”

Officers for Humberside Police’s Operation Galaxy have been carrying out an ongoing crackdown on drugs and serious crime in Grimsby and the Humber region as part of a period of enhanced action.

The teams latest investigation is into a package of drugs which was thrown from the window of a vehicle during a police chase towards Louth.

This comes as the force announce that more than £1m of cannabis was found at addresses in North East Lincolnshire over the last month.

More than 2,500 plants have been found and seized.

If you have any information which could aid the police investigation, call 101 and request to speak to Humberside Police.

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