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A PSNI spokesman confirmed they attended a report of the death of a child on Sunday and were not treating the death as suspicious

A PSNI spokesman confirmed they attended a report of the death of a child on Sunday and were not treating the death as suspicious

A man has been arrested and tablets seized during separate pre-planned searches by police in Limavady, Co Londonderry over the weekend.

Following the a search of a property in the Sperrin Road area, a 23-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession of class B controlled drugs, possession of class B drugs with intent to supply, suspicion of being concerned in the supply of class B controlled drugs.

He was also suspected of cruelty to children and possession of ammunition under suspicious circumstances.

The 23-year-old has has since been released on bail pending further enquiries.

During the search of a property in the Rathbrady Way area of the town 300 unidentified tablets were seized and taken away for forensic examination.

 Area Commander, Chief Inspector Alan Hutton, said: “Again we would stress to everyone who pursues this lifestyle to think very carefully about what they are doing.

“The advice is simple, do not take illegal drugs and do not take prescription drugs that have not been prescribed to you.”

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He added: “We would ask members of the public for their continued support and co-operation in tackling drugs. Drug dealing is a concern for all in the community and tackling the supply, distribution and sale of illegal drugs is a policing priority.”

Anyone who is aware of any individual involved in the supply drugs is asked to contact local police on the non-emergency number 101.


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