Machetes and cannabis have been seized after police raids in Merton.
Officers from Wandsworth and Merton executed a warrant on Sunday, September 12, leading to two arrests, and the recovery of three large machetes and sack-fulls of marijuana.
The warrant, planned and conducted by officers from Emergency Response Team B was part of the effort by police in South-west London to tackle violence linked to the trade in controlled drugs.
A woman in her 40s and a teenage female were both arrested for the offences of possession with the Intent to Supply Class B drugs, and Possession of an offensive weapon.
Both suspects have been released under investigation.
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